UK: The term sandwich is a very broad one
In recent market research, the British Sandwich Association defined the sandwich as: "Any form of bread with a filling, generally assembled cold, to include traditional wedge sandwiches as well as filled rolls, baguettes, pitta, bloomers, wraps, bagels and the like, but not burgers and other products assembled and consumed hot.
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