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delicatessen

a shop selling various foods, esp unusual or imported foods, already cooked or prepared
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Although delicatessens followed Jews to suburban shopping malls, their centrality as a cultural institution began to diminish.
The superstore's delicatessen counters have signed a deal for a newly created cheese from the Bodnant Welsh Food Centre at Tal-y-Cafn.
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.
com is pleased to announce its newest partnership with Birmingham's Max's Delicatessen to extend convenient online catering ordering services.
In addition, Anuga Fine Food is a rich source of new ideas and products for small delicatessens and interested visitors from the gourmet catering sector.
The product is currently available in delicatessens up and down the country, and Hilda and her business partners are looking to expand their sales reach.
Concepts Deli is a range of pre-cooked and frozen multi-portion dishes targeted at retail delicatessens and department store food counters, as well as catering outlets such as coffee shops and airport restaurants.
If the pilot is a success it could lead to more Placid delicatessens in the North.
According to Toronto's Globe and Mail, numerous Winnipeg restaurants, delicatessens, and donut shops have continued to allow smoking.
How would I go about offering this dish to delicatessens, restaurants and possibly supermarkets?