As a pillar of Genji Sushi’s mission statement, sustainability is a key factor in each Genji offering. To build on this pledge, Genji is proud to introduce two new products featuring freshly caught wild Alaskan salmon.
The new offerings include a Wild Alaskan Salmon Roll and Salmon Omakase both featuring vibrant Alaskan salmon. The Wild Alaskan Salmon roll includes cream cheese and cucumbers and is coated with a baked salmon furikake spice while the Salmon Omakase truly emphasizes the rich salmon as a nigiri sampler platter paired with four pieces of the Wild Alaskan Salmon roll. All items are prepared by Genji chefs at each location in order to deliver on their brand promise of premium, healthy, grab and go sushi.
“I am honored to be able to incorporate wild Alaskan salmon into Genji Sushi and to support sustainable fishing,” says Genji’s corporate Executive Chef Takao Iinuma, protégé of Iron Chef Masaharu Morimoto.
In celebration, Genji Sushi is hosting a sweepstakes for one winner and a companion to visit the source and enjoy an Alaskan Cruise. Now through September 18th, participants can enter at www.genjiweb.com and find additional information on Genji Sushi packaging in stores.
Currently available at all US Genji Sushi stores in Whole Foods Markets until September 18th
For a full list of Genji Locations nationwide, please visit http://www.genjiweb.com/
Wild Alaskan Salmon Roll: $9.99
Salmon Omakase: $12.29- $12.49
ABOUT GENJI SUSHI:
Established in 1997, Genji Sushi is dedicated to the finest quality all-natural sushi and Japanese-inspired cuisine in a grab‐and‐go style. Its sushi bars are located in over 165 Whole Foods Market locations in 18 states and the District of Columbia, as well as the U.K. At each location, skilled chefs prepare a variety of fresh items on‐site, including raw, cooked, vegetarian and vegan-friendly sushi and sides. The company’s mission is to serve food-lovers with delicious Japanese-inspired food and knowledge to lead happy, healthy lives, and its goal is to contribute towards healthier food consumption habits on a global level. For more information, visit www.genjiweb.com.