This store entry corrugated Custom Cake Order Display for Graduation reminds of course you can get custom celebratory works of art from the in-house bakery. No need to shop elsewhere or find a freestanding bakery. All can be done conveniently inside a single super store. From custom cake to gifts, graduation prep is a snap. A spiral bound catalog of styles allows you to pre-shop your cake design at the door, then off to the bakery to order you go. Each overall cake execution is coded for easy basic specification, with additional options available beyond the basics. Browse the corrugated display design in the gallery of images. This Customized Cake Order Display for Graduation seen at Walmart.
A circular Plastic Dunnage Rack is the platform for a circular display of Grab-N-Go Single-Serve Pie at a main intersection of Aisles. Clearly Pies are the promotion of the day in both quantity offered and price. A nice impromptu display that includes wood crates for a homespun, natural effect. Browse the offerings in the gallery of images. Look close to see the circular Dunnage Rack outfitting.
For Pie Outfitting retail fixtures see…
“Grab-N-Go Single-Serve Pies In the Round“
“Costco® Pie Making For The Masses“
“Non-Stick Pie Tin Promo by Reynolds®”
“What Is The Crush Weight of Pie?”
“Simple Simon, Racks for a Pieman”
“Pallets Full of Pies“
“Bakery Runneth Over onto Pallets“
For all Pie Outfitting resources see…
“Pie Outfitting Pinterest Board”
“Pie Outfitting Index Page”
For all Bakery Fixture resources…
For Dunnage Rack summaries see…
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Its hard to go wrong and have a bad look with a natural material like wood. Here Mission takes the look from homespun to sophisticated with a Mahogany-like finish to Tortillas Flatbread merchandising. Since the product is flat, shelves are tightly spaced to support a generous supply of items, though this limits visibility. So Mission relies upon outreach via a prominent silhouetted logo masthead, and the easy access top shelf. See that wood C-Channel is provided for product and price information, but only partially used since offerings are fairly homogenous. Seen at Thomas Family Markets, a Foodtown store, Hazleton PA. Do a walk around of the display in the galley of images, or visit Thomas Supermarket directly.
SaraLee enters the artisan bread game with Artesano and a homespun natural declined wood rack worthy of the name. Declined crate-like shelves maximize the visibility of the merchandise. Note that a slightly shorter front productstop allows the rounded crown of the loaf to rise above, and better define the offering as loaves of bread. The Artesano name is echoed to shelf edges in a firebrand style. Consider the construction from all angles in the gallery of images. Seen at Thomas Family Markets, a Foodtown store, Hazleton PA.
Flatbreads require special handling. No, not in the eating, but in outfitting, display and merchandising. Here Stonefire insures prominence with a metal rack of their own, and flatbread packaging that includes a corrugated insert to help the Naan stand tall and be seen by shoppers. Browse the rack from a variety of angles in the gallery of images. See that the Stonefire logo and color branding is echoed to the shelf edge as C-Channel insert to integrate the look. Seen at Thomas Family Markets, a Foodtown store, Hazleton PA. For other flatbread and pizza outfitting approaches scroll down to the links below.