Today (Nov. 1, 2014) the U.S. will celebrate National Sushi Day, an industry that brings in a total annual revenue of $2.25 million. Your local, professionally trained sushi chefs at the seven D/FW Market Street locations, who prepare fresh sushi in-store year-round, are offering the following tips for consumers to celebrate the holiday.

Follow these “Do’s and Don’ts” to make healthy choices when ordering sushi:  

Don’t …

  • Order baked or fried rolls. Avoid anything with the word “crunchy.”
  • Load up on spicy mayo or other cream-based sauces, as they are often high in fat.
  • Sample too much. Try sticking to one roll, which at most restaurants is comprised of six pieces. Instead of ordering another roll, satisfy your hunger by ordering a side of veggies or soup.

Do …

  • Order salmon or tuna, both of which are low in calories and high in Omega-3s, protein and vitamin D.
  • Start with a side of edamame, soup or salad before your sushi.
  • 3. Try sashimi – it’s the meat of the fish, without rice or toppings.


About Market Street

Market Street is a unique and inspiring shopping experience — the place to go for people who care about food, who want a healthier lifestyle, and who are open to fresh new food ideas. It’s the place “where everyday meets gourmet” — where guests can bring many shopping lists to one store. Market Street locations can be found in McKinney, Allen, Amarillo, Colleyville, Coppell, Flower Mound, Frisco, Lubbock (3), Plano and Wichita Falls.

About United Supermarkets, LLC

Now in its 98th year of operation, United Supermarkets, LLC — d.b.a. The United Family® — is a Texas-based grocery chain operating in 35 markets across north and west Texas. A self-distributing company with its headquarters in Lubbock and distribution centers in Lubbock and Roanoke, United currently operates 68 retail grocery stores and 29 fuel & convenience locations under five unique brands: United Supermarkets, Market Street, Amigos, Albertsons Market and United Express, along with ancillary operations R.C. Taylor Distributing, Praters and Llano Logistics. The company is a wholly-owned subsidiary of Albertson’s LLC. For more information, visit