Special focus: Deli ham

October 2011
FoodService Director;10/15/2011, Vol. 24 Issue 10, pM16
Trade Publication
The article discusses the growing popularity of deli hams in the food service industry. The increasing demand for sandwiches and breakfast food made ham a staple item on the purchase orders of restaurants. According to Matt McGuire of Sara Lee Foodservice, customers prefer healthier ham options that are presented in transparent packaging. Due to the risk of foodborne illness from ham slicing machines, most restaurants opt for pre-sliced ham.


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