Who makes the best supermarket sushi in L.A.?

Where to find the best supermarket sushi in Los Angeles — seared salmon nigiri, the freshest sashimi platters, hand rolls filled with negitoro and more.
Jenn Harris • Los Angeles Times • May 4, 2023
I tend to grade supermarket sushi on a curve. Confined in plastic boxes under fluorescent lights in frigid deli cases, most packaged sushi takes all of the elements essential to good sushi and chucks them out the window in favor of convenience....
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