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The Sandwich Trend: Convenience, Economy, Health, And Exotic Varieties

June 5, 2012: 10:17 AM EST
Americans have discovered – or re-discovered – the convenience and economy of sandwiches, and restaurants have caught on to the trend. Pizza Hut, for example, has added sandwiches to their menu, but with a twist. They package sausage, pepperoni, ham, Italian steak and Buffalo chicken into a rolled pizza crust sandwich. A Technomic report found that 41 percent of consumers ages 25 to 34 want restaurants to offer mini-sandwiches that can be eaten as a snack or light meal, like McDonald's wrap sandwiches. The most popular sandwich in the U.S. these days? According to a food consultant, it’s the Vietnamese banh mi sandwich, a concoction of grilled pork, chicken or beef, pickled vegetables and cilantro.
"Pizza Hut launches hot sandwiches in response to emerging food trend", Yahoo! News, June 05, 2012, via AFP Relax News , © AFP Relax News/Yahoo! News
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