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'deli section' vs 'produce section' #1 (permalink) Thu Mar 12, 2009 14:32 pm   'deli section' vs 'produce section'
 

English Grammar Tests, Elementary Level

ESL/EFL Test #121 "Real Life: Grocery Stores (1)", question 8

Cold cuts and sandwich meats are commonly found in the ......... section of grocery stores or supermarkets.

(a) deli
(b) produce
(c) dairy
(d) seafood

English Grammar Tests, Elementary Level

ESL/EFL Test #121 "Real Life: Grocery Stores (1)", answer 8

Cold cuts and sandwich meats are commonly found in the deli section of grocery stores or supermarkets.

Correct answer: (a) deli

Your answer was: incorrect
Cold cuts and sandwich meats are commonly found in the produce section of grocery stores or supermarkets.
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'deli section' vs 'produce section' #2 (permalink) Thu Mar 12, 2009 18:46 pm   'deli section' vs 'produce section'
 

Cold cuts and sandwich meats are ready-to-eat foods -- deli. I just learnt that :)
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'deli section' vs 'produce section' #3 (permalink) Mon Mar 16, 2009 17:17 pm   'deli section' vs 'produce section'
 

Gray is right and here is more information for you. The word "deli" comes from the word "delicatessen." In the United States, a deli department sells sandwiches, processed meats like cold cuts (sliced roast beef, turkey, pastrami etc.) and other prepared items like salads and olives that are priced by weight.
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