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Sushi Daily opens 300th kiosk at Carrefour

Sushi Daily opens 300th kiosk at Carrefour

Sushi Daily has opened its 300th kiosk in a Carrefour store. The chain operates in Carrefour Market or Carrefour Planet locations and has lofty ambitions for 2015, as it intends to double its number of European kiosks next year.

Market leader in supermarket sushi

Sushi Daily has only been around since 2010, but has already become the market leader in supermarket sushi preparation. It is currently present in Belgium, France, Spain, Italy, the Netherlands and Germany. Its 300th kiosk opened in Las Palmas, one of the Canary Islands.


The chain hopes to double its total number of European kiosks by the end of 2015. All of its food is prepared on the spot, in order to guarantee the quality and freshness of the products.

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