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London-based YO!Sushi signed its first U.S. franchisee in 2011 and the company is piggybacking on that success for 2012.
United Kingdom–based sushi concept YO!Sushi is crossing the pond and bringing its conveyor-belt operation to the U.S. after a deal was signed to open at least 10 units on the East Coast.