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California Rolls Are Getting More Expensive Across the U.S.

Prices rose by 2.3 percent on average over the past year Sushi is getting spendier across the country. According to the latest numbers from Bloomberg’s Sushinomics Index, the price of affordable California and spicy tuna rolls in the U.S. rose by 2.3 percent over the past year to an average of $6.99. The cost of basic rolls was highest in New York City and Los Angeles, followed closely by Miami, where prices spiked by a whopping 10 percent year over year.
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