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Despite a plothera of competition, sushi prices in Sacramento are 7th highest in the nation, according to a study by Bloomberg.

Predictably, the nation's priciest sushi was found in New York, followed by Los Angeles. But Sacramento was surprisingly more expensive than cities that I'd consider "expensive" such as Boston, Washington DC and San Jose.

The Bloomberg sushi index was created by averaging the cost of a California Roll and a spicy tuna roll at area sushi restaurants.

Between 2013 and 2014, sushi prices increased by $1 in Sacramento for the two rolls surveyed.

Sacramento was the third most expensive California city for basic sushi rolls, Los Angeles second, San Francisco fourth. San Jose was the only other California city to make the top 25, coming in at 22.


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