Metz introduces new recipes to its fresh sushi line

A new selection of sushi will be available to the foodservice provider’s partners in K-12, higher education, healthcare and corporate dining.
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An assortment of new sushi options are being introduced to Metz diners in healthcare, K-12, higher education and corporate offices. | Photo courtesy of Metz Culinary Management

Metz Culinary Management has expanded its fresh sushi line for its partners in K-12, higher education, healthcare and corporate dining.

The foodservice provider has debuted several new offerings, including edi shrimp nigiri and spicy crab rolls.

Originally launched in 2022, Metz’s sushi line uses rice alongside a variety of proteins and vegetables to create sushi that is made in-house.

“Sushi rolls are an outsourced product at most dining locations, but our culinary team, led by Chef and Corporate Culinary Director John Selick wanted to create new recipes and make them on-site,” said Brian Bachman, vice president of purchasing for Metz, in a statement. “Guests appreciate that they are getting a fresh product, made on location and not shipped in from an off-site supplier.”

The new recipes are the latest way Metz is reworking its menus for diners. The foodservice provider also recently launched a pop-up series for its higher ed, corporate and healthcare dining partners.



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