How Sushi Went Global Summary

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In Theodore C. Bestor’s article “How Sushi Went Global” illustrates globalization with the Bluefin Tuna. The Bluefin Tuna is one of the fastest and largest fish in the world. Their bodies are shaped for endurance and speed. The coloring on their bodies helps them camouflage themselves from above and below water. Unfortunately for them, their meat happens to be very delicious, which has driven their numbers to critically low levels. The Bluefin Tuna was an ethnic specialty to the Japanese. The Japanese were so fond of the Bluefin Tuna in Europe and North America. They were also fond of the fishing industries there as well. Once the tuna was caught they would then sell it to Japan, which then became a popular dish sold around the globe. The Bluefin