Pleasure for the palate
The Gourmet movement has reached wide circles of population. Within households and media the preparation of valuable food has become an important issue. Which trends are recognisable and what information sources can be used, you can read here:
“Delicatessen“ is a multifaceted term. Often we mean foods that are too expensive to be part of the daily menu of an average person – like for example caviar, frogs’ legs or champagne. The delicatessen retailers offer much more – also for everyday meals: paté, cheese, venison, pasta delicacies, ready-made salads. Retailers, who like to know what their customers like, find answers on TV, in books and on the Internet.
- Internet guide for delicatessen stores
Deep in the South of Germany there is a delicatessen store, which deliberately specialized in one country. Aside from wines, “The Italian wine depot“ sells culinary delicacies – from olive oil and vinegar, pasta and pesto to pastries and coffee. In our interview, junior manager Tobias Strunz talks about gourmets and bargain hunters, his social goals and the importance of online retail.
- Interview: For 30 years in the service of an Italophile audience
Interview with Dirk Radermacher, Chief Executive Officer of the Manufacturers Association of culinary foods and the Association of the spice industry in Bonn
- Interview: “The delicatessen segment at discount stores reaches larger social classes“