The team behind Tri Onigiri

Every Tri Onigiri is made with love in Amesbury, Massachusetts. Our team is passionate about providing products that are good for you and good for the planet.

locally made of sustainably-grown ingredients

women-owned and managed

supporting our local community

Sustainably-grown ingredients 

  • Omega-3 Rock Stars: Cold-Smoked Salmon is sustainably-grown and smoked

  • All natural Nori (dried seaweed)

  • Super premium, partially-milled (i.e. less processed), non-GMO, California-grown sushi rice

  • Organic chickpeas; USA sesame seeds

  • Reusable cotton bags for delivery (instead of cardboard) whenever possible

Supporting our local community

  • We support "Our Neighbors’ Table" through contributions of ingredients for their weekly-meal program, yusō for the food pantry, time and money.

Our Team - women owned/managed and supporting veterans

Founded in 2014, we are an FDA-inspected food company, located on the North Shore of Boston with distribution throughout New England.


Kristen Freitas


Kristen has over 15 years experience in customer service and sales management. She joins our team with knowledge of retail and direct to consumer sales. Kristen will help our retail partners build Tri Onigiri sales through digital marketing and in-store tastings. Kristen works on building brand awareness and working with new accounts.

Krystal McEuen

Tri onigiri maker and chief food safety officer

Krystal joins us from Dunkin’s where she was an Assistant Store Manager and before that she earned a Food Service Specialist diploma from the US Army Quartermaster School. Krystal is our food safety team member and maker of Tri Onigiri.

Steve Boyd


As a Navy nuclear submarine veteran, and more recently as a customer service rep for a regional snack food distributor, Steve brings process, client service, and human resource experience to Tri Onigiri.


Sarah Sturtevant PCQI

Founder + CEO

Sarah has more than 30 years of business experience, including 14 years of tracking consumer trends in the United States. Sarah first experienced onigiri during a business trip to Japan, and was hooked at first bite. Sarah founded the company in 2014.