A delicatessen gets their Mediterranean wholesale foods from wholesale food suppliers. They may have one supplier and they may have several; it all depends on what they want and need on their shelves. What they do need on their shelves deli is food that is going to attract a variety of shoppers, and food that is going to keep attracting shoppers. Delicatessens generally offer speciality foods, meaning speciality olives, dips, artichokes, asparagus, a variety of local and imported cheeses, salmons that are local and imported, different meats, as well as having good quality fruit, freshly baked bread, divine sandwiches which are often custom designed, and more. People can go to a deli to stock up their pantry and fridge shelves, to cater for a cocktail party or a lunch or fantastic breakfast, or just to pick up a healthy salad and fresh fruit juice for themselves. The shelves of a deli should be exciting and a deli has to choose its wholesale food suppliers carefully.
Local and imported foods
Almost always a delicatessen will use wholesale food suppliers who can stock the shelves with local and imported foods. People want to be able to get their French, Italian or Dutch cheese, but also, to get the local cheese specialities. People want a choice of olives and they want a choice of pickles. They may want to buy homemade muesli that is local but they may want Swiss muesli that the deli is well known for. A deli knows their customer base and what they expect, keeping the shelves stocked and always, exciting and pleasurable. A deli has a close working relationship with their wholesale food suppliers, who may well provide fresh fruits and veggies too, usually organic and hand to mouth. If you want Mediterranean wholesale foods, shop at your local delicatessen.