Sustainability should be fundamental. We look to educate and perform with our squad, our practices, communities, the hundreds of decisions we make daily that affect the world around us.
- Fun - Creating fun experiences throughout our whole squad.
- Passion - We're passionate about our culture and philosophy.
- Integrity - Fast sushi with sustainable, high quality ingredients.
- Creativity - Creativity is the foundation of innovation and expressing yourself.
Have fun. Help others. Build a fun community for creativity and passion through food.
Where does our sustainable fish come from?
- Bakka Frost Salmon - air flown from the clean Faroe Islands in Denmark
- Ora King Salmon - air flown from the crystal waters in Takaka, New Zealand
- YellowFin Tuna - air flown from clean waters of Indonesia, certified Fair Trade
- Shrimp - certified by Best Aquaculture Practices / Aquaculture Stewardship Council which requires environmental stewardship- variety of traceable regions
Sushi – Healthy, Sustainable
– a message from the Chef/Owner
We get it. Sushi is popular, fun and mouth-wateringly delicious. It hits ALL the feels. However, the irresponsible sourcing of fish and overfishing has negatively affected our world.
This is why at Sushi Squad, we put a high level of emphasis on sustainability, so we can bring more value to our customers and the environment.
All of our fish at Sushi Squad is sustainably sourced and of superior quality, and we greatly reflect an emphasis on other sustainable products we serve with. We make sure all our global and local suppliers meet our high standards. Each product is carefully considered before it makes an appearance on our menu.
We have taken out all the guesswork. Our selections are not only healthy for your body but healthier for your environment. So you can just relax and enjoy, knowing Sushi Squad has got Mother Earth’s back.
Globally, we all deserve better from our favorite sushi restaurants. We each have a part in the future of our environment, and Sushi Squad is committed.
-Chef Josh | Squad Leader & Coach
*Download the Seafood Watch App to learn more about the fish we source, or visit SeafoodWatch.org
The Understanding of Minus 60 Degrees – ultra fast
Many people, even sushi aficionados, assume sushi is just raw fish, and more directly fresh fish. That’s not always true, and not always best. While most of the fish we select are fresh, some are frozen – usually, blast frozen to temperatures at 60 below zero and colder. If you think the best fish must be fresh, know for example, that all of the tuna at the famed Tsukiji Market (now Toyosu Market) in Japan is blast frozen. What we care about when we select fish is the quality and sustainability of the fish, nothing else. How we treat it after we receive, is what truly makes Sushi Squad stand out.