What foods are in a deli?
A deli refers to a type of food store that specializes in a wide variety of ready-to-eat prepared foods such as salads, sandwiches, and other cold items. In essence, delis are not known for overly complicated or fancy dishes. At Organic Village, we are all about simplicity, big taste, and the use of simple natural ingredients in our Deli. We boast the finest organic Deli products to give you optimum health benefits.
Some of the foods in our Deli include:
- Organically produced and locally sourced cold cuts such as organic speck, organic guancile, and organic coppa.
- Mouthwatering pickled food such as sliced red onion pickles, classic garlic dill pickles, honey pickled shallots, etc.
- Other foods stored in a Deli include cheeses, Deli meats, Deli sides, wraps, prepared salads, soups, and whole wheat bread, to mention a few.
What are examples of deli meats?
Commonly known as cold cuts, Deli meats are cured or pre-cooked meats that are ordinarily sliced thin and served cold. Examples of Deli meats include Ham (Made from a pig’s hind legs), Turkey (healthier alternatives to other deli meats), roast beef, Tuna or chicken salad, Coppa, Mortadella, Bologna, bacon, Salami, etc. Always go for Deli meats that are locally sourced to reduce pollution and carbon footprint.
What does deli mean?
Delicatessen, commonly known by its short name of Deli, refers to a counter or type of store located within a larger store that generally specializes in selling of cured or cooked meats, cheeses, and other prepared meals. Delis also sell pickles, cold cuts, salads, sandwiches, and other delicious and healthy prepared foods.