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Through reducing food waste, changing packaging and other tweaks, it's possible the reduce the impact of ready-made sandwiches substantially, the authors wrote.
You might call these huge sandwiches "grinders" if you live in the Midwest.
METHOD Remove the crusts from the sandwiches and cut each one into four squares.
Classic deli sandwiches include One World Reuben and Pittsburgh Steak Sandwiches.
From two or more slices to open sandwiches, hard breads or softer ones, fillings from pesto to peanut butter, from Mexican flavours to wholesome American and quirky Punjabi touches, the sandwich has evolved so much," says Wason.
The new sandwiches have been conceptualised in line with the country's fight against obesity and unhealthy lifestyle habits, explained Chedid.
Researchers claimed that while only 14%of Boots sandwiches earned a red light for fat, 69%of Greggs sandwiches, 68%of Pret A Manger's and 47%of Marks & Spencer's sandwiches earned a red light.
Ham sandwiches, for example, often contain tomatoes and mustard, two ingredients not that popular with small children.
Demand for brown sandwiches has shot up 44 per cent in the last year, while sales of white bread ones have fallen for the first time.
More than a quarter of people, (28%) admitted to throwing their sandwiches away or wanting to swap homemade efforts at work for their colleagues' more interesting options.
20 per cent of sandwiches are bought while 80 per cent are made at home.
Follow directions for grilled cheese sandwiches (preceding) to grill.