delicatessen

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delicatessen

a shop selling various foods, esp unusual or imported foods, already cooked or prepared
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In the South Loop -- home to 75-year-old Manny's, one of Chicago's few surviving old-school delis -- Emily and Jesse Bloom opened Half-Sour in January.
Delis became central to American Jewish life when the second generation became more flexible in dietary matters, willing to eat non-kosher food if it was Jewish style, or if it was eaten outside the home.
Deli sales are on the rise, but shopper habits are hard to break.
Knowledge about retail delis' cleaning practices is critical to developing effective interventions.
Store brand deli meats and cheeses that are flavorful, healthful and premium could attract more shoppers.
"When it comes to the ultimate survival of delis, we don't know what's going to happen yet,'' said Anjou during a telephone interview last week, the day after "Deli Man'' had been shown at the New York Jewish Film Festival.
Awards ambassador Gennaro Contaldo said: "The winning delis and runners up give customers a truly Italian experience you don't get anywhere other than the streets of Italy itself."
Grocery stores have an advantage, with the consumer already in the store, but only about one in four shoppers visit the deli section where much of the fresh prepared foods are typically offered.
Fort Myers, FL, September 06, 2012 --(PR.com)-- The second annual Galloway Captiva Triathlon puts a focus on fun and fitness - and so will the food being provided to more than 750 adult, 140 children, and 100 volunteers participating, thanks to the support of Jason's deli and the healthy fare it's preparing for race participants in the Sept.
SALTBURN'S popular Real Meals Deli has been nominated as Deli of the Year in a national competition.
A TYNESIDE deli has been nominated for a prestigious award.
The earliest delis were kosher, but according to David Sax, author of Save the Deli, competition among kosher authorities and state labeling laws led to battles, riots, food cheats and soaring prices.