A great deal of thought went into the Salsa gravity-feed cross sell rak, even if not initially obvious. Its minimal footprint allowed it to sneak directly into the center of the snack aisle. The shelf angle fed three-packs slowly but perfectly without any need for low-friction slide mat, or spring-feed. And a curved front productstop would increase item visibility when merchandising single jars in three separate facings. The C-Channel profile builds in enough strength for the label holder to be product stop for an entire shelf of heavy glass bottles, plus of course it accepts labels or promotional strip. Finally the best aspect: it makes three Salsa sales not just one!
For many more Gravity-Feed resources see…
“Gravity-Feed Tag” for a scrolling list of discussions.
“Gravity-Feed in Retail Pinterest Board“ for a visual summary.
“Gravity-Feed Index Page” for all resources and links
For curved C-Channel by Title See…
“Rollerblade Skate Hook”
“C-Channel Forms Shelf-Edge Tray“
“Round Cornered Island C-Channel“
“Curved Channel Hosts Scan Hooks”
“Curve Creates Store-in-Store Destination“
“Curved C-Channel and Label Strip“
“Round-Cornered Gondola Shelf Cap“
“Round-Cornered Aluminum C-Channel“
For more C-Channel / Tag Channel resources see…
“C-Channel / Tag Channel Tag” for a scrollable list of discussions.
“C-Channel / Tag Channel Pinterest Board” for a visual summary.
“C-Channel / Tag Channel Index Page” for all resources and links.