QR codes used in edible form for sustainable sushi fish

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Another restaurant is now using smartphone barcodes to promote sustainability in seafood. Diners eating at an upscale San Diego restaurant called Harney Sushi will now be able to use their smartphones to scan QR codes on their dishes to learn more about the sustainability of the seafood products that have been used. When the barcodes have been scanned, they direct users to websites where they can discover more about what they’re eating. The QR codes lead users to the website for FishWatch at the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, where…

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Sushi restaurant in London launches interactive QR code campaign

QR Code Display

London’s first Temaki Sushi restaurant is scheduled to open in March of this year. For now, the store is still under construction, but the owners are taking the opportunity to reach out to consumers early. Construction is being concealed behind a vibrant display upon which QR code fish are waiting to be scanned by tech savvy pedestrians. The restaurant, called Yoobi, has launched a campaign to generate hype for the grand opening next month and has begun encouraging smart phone users to scan the code for deals. Scanning the code will…

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