Definition of Delicatessen food
1. Noun. Ready-to-eat food products.
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Literary usage of Delicatessen food
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1. Poverty and Wealth from the Viewpoint of the Kingdom of God by Harry Frederick Ward (1915)
"Itemized account shows much purchase of delicatessen food. Deficit met by drawing on previous savings. No. 3. ..."
2. Wage-earners' Budgets: A Study of Standards and Cost of Living in New York City by Mrs Louise Bolard More (1907)
"The most striking feature of this budget is the large amount of delicatessen food which was bought—cooked ham, pickles, sardines, pickled fish and canned ..."
3. Selling Latin America, a Problem in International Salesmanship: What to Sell by William Edmund Aughinbaugh (1915)
"... lunch stand which provided excellent delicatessen food. When everything was ready, invitations were sent broadcast to the better class families to come ..."
4. European Community Competition Policy (1999): 29th Report on Competition Policy (2000)
"The case, which concerned the German delicatessen food sector, risked creating a dominant position in Germany or in part of it. As this threat was limited ..."