Deli Conversion

August 2010
FoodService Director;8/15/2010, Vol. 23 Issue 8, p52
Trade Publication
The article deals with the decision of U.S. foodservice and vending management firm Sterling Services to transform its deli concept Abe's Deli into a freestanding brand. It mentions that the company expanded the menu of Abe's Deli by offering more burgers and breakfast selections. The firm also opened three restaurants and it tries to use recipes to bring out the flavors to ordinary deli menus. The business also proof-bakes all its bread offerings and serve meats of high-quality.


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