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delicatessen

a shop selling various foods, esp unusual or imported foods, already cooked or prepared
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Royal Greenland shared the Prix d'Elite spotlight with Stuehrk Delikatessen Import GmbH of Marne, Germany, which took the grand prize for best new retail product with its entry, Bear Biter, a line of cold smoked wild Alaska salmon strips that are marinated in a variety of innovative flavors.
The top retail award went to German company Stuehrk Delikatessen with its unusually named Bear Biter products, a line of cold smoked wild Alaska salmon strips marinated in innovative flavours.
According to the Oxford American Dictionary, the word delicatessen, originally denoting the sale of prepared foods, comes from either the German delikatessen or the Dutch delicatessen, both of which derive from the French word delicatessen, or "delicateness".
Une celebre saynete de l'annee 1920, Delikatessen Hauss, de Samuel Linning y Alberto Weisbach situe dans la rue Chiclana la demeure miserable d'Esther, alias "la Milonguita", une legendaire cabaretiere, morte de tuberculose a 17 ans.