The global popularity of sushi has driven the worldwide ubiquity of sushi bars and restaurants of varying styles and price ranges. Once considered exotic, sushi is now an everyday food in many parts of the world. In addition to sushi bars and Japanese restaurants, sushi is also available in numerous kinds of Asian restaurants and in convenience stores, airport kiosks, college and university cafeterias, and supermarkets all over the United States and throughout much of the world. One can buy sushi almost anywhere in the United States, as well as in England, France, Russia, Vietnam, and South Africa, to name a few places. The widespread popularity of sushi has an impact on the food industry, which warrants its inclusion in this encyclopedia. A central ...

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