Flavours steeped in history
The origins of sushi lie in the way seafood used to be preserved. Seafood was fermented in Asia by adding rice. This rice was not discarded in Japan, but was instead eaten with the seafood. To make this combination taste good, the Japanese would serve small portions accompanied by seaweed, vegetables, eggs or shellfish. Maki, nigiri and gunkan emerged as the favourites and remain the most well-known varieties in our Western food culture today.Read more
Sushi is a fresh product that embodies a sensory experience from start to finish. From the moment the consumer buys it, until it is served and eaten. The freshness and look and feel are crucially important in this respect. But the shape, colour and composition are also decisive factors in stimulating the senses.
Sushi Ran has more than 500 different sushi products in its range. Innovative product and marketing concepts are consequently key success factors for Sushi Ran. Based on our expertise, we can provide you with far-reaching and value-added advice on how we can successfully introduce sushi to your shelves.
Our sushi sets and packagings are distinctive and designed and developed in close collaboration with you. This requires flexibility, customisation and speed. We’ve consequently also structured our organisation in a way that enables us to respond immediately and effectively to market demand.