After lots of trials and tests, supermarket retailers are pushing sandwiches, especially a new breed of upscale sandwiches, onto center stage
Depending on the region of the country, delis are merchandising and promoting panini, wraps, sliders and, of course, subs and traditional sandwiches like never before. They're adding new flavor combinations, making use of fresh baked bread, interesting sauces, fresh ingredients like bell peppers and watercress, and they're packaging sandwiches with a salad to make a “meal” statement. Panini programs may have plateaued in some markets, but in other areas, the hot pressed sandwiches are ...
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