Deli sales in supermarkets will probably not be drastically affected by a prominent consumer group's report tagging deli sandwiches as bad for your health, said retailers interviewed by SN. The Center for Science in the Public Interest issued the report, which said the fat and sodium content of deli sandwiches rival Mexican dishes, theater popcorn and Big Macs for poor nutrition value. "Add chips [extra fat] and a pickle [extra salt] to a typical tuna salad sandwich and you've got almost ...

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