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delicatessen

a shop selling various foods, esp unusual or imported foods, already cooked or prepared
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MOLD Town Council has congratulated The Olive Tree Deli on High Street in Mold for scooping the Regional Award for Wales for the best Delicatessen.
Just as the move to the outer boroughs triggered the golden age of delicatessens, the postwar movement to the suburb heralded its demise.
Two delicatessens have been granted permission to open on Wellfield Road, which already boasts many eateries
BEIRUT: In the face of sprawling hypermarket stores like Spinneys, and the French chain Carrefour recently established at the City Centre mall, there are only a handful of fine delicatessens in Beirut, offering specialty food products and personalized customer service.
Birmingham, AL, June 03, 2012 --(PR.com)-- ConnectToCatering.com is pleased to announce its newest partnership with Birmingham's Max's Delicatessen to extend convenient online catering ordering services.
TIME was, not that long ago, when a delicatessen was a specialist shop, somewhere you'd only visit if you couldn't find a specific ingredient anywhere else.
Describing the rare nature of escamoles in Mexico, she added, "They're not easy to find - they're delicatessens."
Morton will develop recipes and supervise the creation of fresh foods in Harmons' delicatessens, custom meat counters and produce departments.
ONE of Cardiff's best known delicatessens Wally's has doubled its retail space on the back of strong business.
Phil and John Daniels, from Sutton Coldfield, are supplying cheese soldiers to independent delicatessens and farms across the Midlands.
The new products, primarily designed for restaurants and delicatessens, have been developed in association with the Food Technology Centre in Llangefni.