Fast-Casual Sushi Chain FUSIAN Now Offering Fresh Produce Delivery

Order from a select list of fresh produce — what they use to make their rolls and bowls — for pick-up or delivery

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FUSIAN

Fast-casual sushi chain FUSIAN is offering several different pick-up and delivery options to help feed guests during the COVID-19 outbreak and in-restaurant shut down.

They are currently offering $1 delivery through their app, free delivery on Fridays, $1 peanut butter and jelly rolls, an expanded menu, family-style take-home meal kits and a gift card offer where if you buy a $50 card, they'll donate a meal to kids in the community.

Each family-style kit contains four servings and includes cooked rice, produce (for you to cut at home), sauces, seasonings and toppings. You can select from Thai peanut tofu stir fry, chicken teriyaki stir fry or tuna poke.

In addition to these services, FUSIAN has also started online produce delivery. You can order fresh produce — what they use to make their rolls and bowls — for pick-up or delivery. 

On the current grocery list:

  • Avocado ($1.74)
  • One pound of uncooked Nishiki white rice ($1.98)
  • One pound of uncooked Nishiki browm rice ($2.48)
  • A cucumber ($1.88)
  • Red pepper ($1.51)
  • Yellow pepper ($1.73)
  • Red onion ($1.24)
  • Six scallions ($2)
  • A whole pineapple ($4.40)
  • One pound of aparagus ($2)
  • Red beet ($1)
  • Extra-firm tofu ($2.92)
  • A half pint of blueberries ($4.98)
  • One pound of Yukon gold potatoes ($.98)

Just go to order.fusian.com and pick your FUSIAN location and get delivery or pick-up details.

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