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Little Bites: Northwest-Inspired Delicatessen Coming to SE Bend this Fall

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ild Oregon Foods, a Northwest-inspired delicatessen, is set to open in the Bend Factory Stores shopping center this fall. The delicatessen aims to bring fresh, locally sourced products to some of our favorite traditional delicatessen dishes. Wild Oregon Foods will offer a small market for grab-and-go snacks, beer and wine, as well as counter service for hot specials, sandwiches and salads.

Wild Oregon Foods was conceived by James Fink, a classically trained chef from the Bay Area with over 20 years of experience in the industry. He was most recently sous chef at Deschutes Brewery, but has also worked as chef at Jackson's Corner and as sous chef at Brasada Ranch.

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