Sushi Mania SA, which today has nearly 300 employees, offers a broad portfolio of products based on rice, tuna, salmon or shellfish, mainly for Migros stores, but also for other distributors by operating under other brands. Fresh Food & Beverage Group AG, an M Industry company, has been the majority shareholder since 2017.

The company offers a very wide range of products featuring Japanese gastronomy: nigiri, hoso-maki, chu-maki, sashimi, edamame salads, wakame salads, mochi, teriyaki or shichimi sauces. Sushi Mania is not limited to Japan, with products from all over Asia: Indian, Malaysian, Thai, Indonesian, Chinese, Korean and Vietnamese cuisine are also among the specialties. Hawaiian cuisine is also represented with poke bowls.

As more and more Swiss consumers are looking for healthy and balanced dishes and taste diversity, the Sushi Mania teams put all their creativity and skills into the constant search for improvements to the existing offer and the development of new products according to the tastes of customers and new market trends. For example, a new range of original vegetarian sushi that guarantees a unique experience was recently created. The mission is to democratize a gastronomy made of flavors from elsewhere, based on fresh and quality products, throughout Switzerland.

Sushi Mania products are available in most Migros stores in Switzerland, and also in Sushi Corners (Sushi Bars in some supermarkets), and on sale on the websites and

Working with ultra-fresh and sometimes raw products, particular attention is paid to hygiene (HACCP) and food safety. This is why the Vuadens production center is FSSC 22000 certified. At the same time, we pay particular attention to compliance with Migros' internal standards for sustainable fishing and farming.

Our sustainability policy

By " sustainability ", Sushi Mania aligns itself with the values of Migros Industrie. In other words, it means taking ecological, social and economic aspects into account in the daily activities of the company. Migros Industrie's understanding of this term is based on the classic 3-dimensional model. However, it recognises that the various aspects of sustainability do not always fit equally into the three dimensions and do not emphasise them in the same way.

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