Globalization and Sushi

Overfishing: an Effect of the Globalization of Sushi

This fishy Japanese cuisine began its journey as an international sensation on the streets of Tokyo as an on-the-go street snack. In the past few decades, Sushi has become widely popular in the USA. it reaches from the most renowned restaurants to its roots in the snack food community with products such as the ‘Sushi Popper’. “Sushi has become a staple of American culture,” (Knowledge@Warton, 2007).  Sushi’s globalization has lead to an abundance of jobs, creative outputs, and culture; however, overfishing, which is an effect of the spread of sushi, created a slew of fatal consequences concerning biodiversity and economic stability.

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