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Sunday, 24 April 2011

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This goldfish had the color burned right off of him!

Toy-Sun Enterprises of Tokyo has started shipping their new product, Glow In The Dark Sushi, to distributors all around the world for comsumption in Japanese restaurants and sushi bars. The product is expected to be a hit with many diners who are looking for new and innovative food items in their meals.

There are some slight differences, however, that the customers should be aware of when eating this product. According to the warning labels on the fish packaging, much of this sushi comes "naturally pre-cooked from the Sea of Japan and our coastline." The product is also supposed to have the side effect of "giving you a warm, radiating feeling inside" after eating.

As this is a new product and is pre-cooked, distributors have not yet determined the full shelf life for the Glow in the Dark Sushi. They did say, however, that it has a half-life of about 10,000 years.

Toy-Sun company is also releasing press materials that state that a percentage of the proceeds from this product will be given to victims of the recent earthquakes and tsunamis and to surviving families of their fishermen who caught this product. They also said that they are not sure if this will be a long term product or just a limited time offer.

Reviews on the new product have been mixed. One customer who tried the product didn't care for it much, saying that it gave her "a little heartburn." Another customer, however, said that it was some "really hot stuff."

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