Retailers say consumers are looking for new twists on traditional deli sides Photo by Thinkstock

Retailers say consumers are looking for new twists on traditional deli sides. (Photo by Thinkstock)

Deli side dishes evolve for Millennials

Young consumers are increasingly interested in healthful offerings and new and interesting flavors when it comes to side dishes and salads in the deli.

“Having the same old traditional salads is not that attractive to Millennials, but expanding on the way they are being done is actually catching their attention,” said Wilson Estupinan, director of fresh foods at America’s Food Basket, the Lake Success, N.Y.-based operator of the Ideal Marketplace banner, among others, in the Nor

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