The practical bin-like arrangement allows this wood baked goods rack to be stacked to overflowing. In fact if you are looking for a way to massively market bread this has greater capacity than modern approaches. Time-darkened wood gives away its age. Seen in a Brooklyn store catering to an immigrant neighborhood, and shoppers comfortable with a traditional homey-feel to their store environment. It calls to mind the old “corner stores” that used to populate every block in every neighborhood. My father had such a store before he built his first supermarket. But though this is old-fashioned, note the hidden hi-tech features … it is gravity-feed, and yes, the front wooden rails will even accept and function as a label holder strip. Smart fellows, those old timers.

If “good, old fashioned fixtures” are your thing SEE…
Thickness Gauge for In-store Bakery Bread
Classic Bakery Label Holders
Supermarket or Local Bakery
Despoiling Wood Fixtures

For farther afield Bakery fixture posts SEE…
Cupcake in a Bell Jar
Cupcakeria: Grand Opening
Wire Ties Offered With A Flourish
Multi-Grain Wall of Wicker
Bakery Shelf Edge Label Challenge
Bagels in the Round, and the Square
Bakery Basket on Metro Shelf
Low-rider French Bread Baskets
Acrylic Dividers Market Bagels
Pallets Full of Pies
No Grazing… You Big Heifer
How to Handle Baked Goods Migration

For a visual Pinterest Board summary see…
Bakery Merchandising and Fixtures in Retail

For unusual gravity feed posts SEE…
Gravity Feed to Rear Not To Front
Store Self-Dispenses T-Shirts
Roller-Assisted Gravity Feed
Gravity Sledges for Gift Cards
No Crush Gravity Feed for Pillows
Gravity Feed for Pencils
Productstop Sloped Not Straight
Allure of Gravity Feed for Pillows
Display Hooks Are Rails for Rolling Pins
Downswept Specialty Hook for Partyware Gravity Feed
Guess the Slotting Fee for Gravity Feed
Top-load Lipstick Auto Feed
Burt’s Bees via Gravity Feed
Auto Feed Sanitizer Wipe Rack
Hide ‘N Seek Label Strip in Gravity Feed
Traditional Wood Bread Rack Features Gravity Feed