Supermarket delis are finding that freshly made sandwiches and heros are more popular than ever. Even quick-service restaurant chains are busy introducing their own versions. But make no mistake -- this is retail territory. "We appreciate the emphasis on deli sandwiches from the fast-food restaurants, because it also highlights us," John Highbaugh, director of food services at Minyard Food Stores, Coppell, Texas, told SN. "Consumers start looking for that product, and we can provide it for ...

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