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PTG STUDIOS “Great Taste” show to feature Sushi Trend,COMPANY, inc.

PTG STUDIOSGreat Taste” show to feature Sushi Trend,COMPANY, inc.

--Patented PENDING Frozen Sushi--

November 9, 2005, Deerfield Beach, FLPlatinum Television Group is pleased to announce the selection of Sushi Trend, Inc. for its innovative, educational television series, Great Taste. The company will be featured in a segment on “Top Food Trends in the U.S.”

Sushi Trend, Inc., has been primarily providing quality sushi for major Las Vegas hotels as well as country clubs, theme parks, caterers, and individual grocery stores. In addition to the company’s current clients, Sushi Trend, Inc. is expanding service to schools and other institutions. The health benefits of eating sushi have inspired a demand for sushi in schools and supermarkets, which is why Sushi Trend, Inc. has filed a patent a way to freeze the fresh sushi, enabling wider distribution.  Due to its short shelf life, distribution was previously limited.

Sushi has been an increasing trend not only because of its attractive presentation, but because it is a good alternative for those who want to lose weight. Child obesity is considered an epidemic in the U.S. and Sushi Trend, Inc. has developed a way to ship a wide variety of sushi without losing its freshness. The company uses frozen technology invented by Eddie Okita, CEO of the company in order to deliver the fresh-frozen delicacies in bulk all over the country.   

Sushi Trend, Inc. can provide for small orders as well as up to 250,000 or more pieces for large functions. This inventive way to ship sushi has sparked the interest of many companies who want to provide their customers the best quality available.

“No other  sushi company has this unique frozen technology to keep variety of sushi in the same as fresh nigiri sushi that we can provide,” says Eddie Okita, founder, president, CEO and chairman of the board. “(Nor do they) offer custom rolled products.”

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PTG Studios (Platinum Television Group) Features Sushi Trend

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