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Hi,

Which is correct?:

  • stalls selling a selection of finger foods and drinks

  • stalls selling a selection of finger food and drinks
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"finger food" is the collocation.
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Hi,

Thanks. If we use 'foods', is it considered incorrect? or could it actually mean something different?
It is not really incorrect, but in the catering trade this form of food provision is known as "finger food".