Cartoned in red, this Sorini Mated-Tray Chocolate Display at Gourmanoff keeps the offerings upright and forward facing. Those still in the carton are both backstock for additional display and pedestal to raise all to salable level. Note the fancy floor pallet to raise and protect the corrugated from floor mopping. Click through the gallery of images for detailed closeups. Seen at Gourmanoff® Gourmet Grocery, Brighton Beach, Brooklyn, NYC.
Lower levels of candy service are simple acrylic-fronted bulk bins, but a Ukrainian Gravity-Feed Bulk Candy Display top level adds a vertical appention-compelling aspect to this Roshen® Ukranian concept. Additional signage around the base hints at the selection available, at a level not convenient for bulk-bin shopping. Access doors and space for backstock in the base might have been useful. See branding close up in the Ukrainian Gravity-Feed Bulk Candy Display thumbnail, and various aspects and zooms in the gallery of images. Seen at Gourmanoff® Gourmet Grocery, Brighton Beach, Brooklyn, NYC.
If loads are light, Bentwood Baskets can be hung from a pole to increase selection and merchandising opportunities for bulk Candy as with this Do-It-Yourself Bentwood Basket Tree. The Bentwood Baskets in Bushel and Peck are easy enough to come by, or reuse from Produce. Check the thumbnail for details on upright and floor stand construction to see how easy to create for yourself even as Do-It-Yourself. Step through the gallery of images for zooms. This Gourmanoff Do-It-Yourself Bentwood Basket Tree seen at Gourmanoff® Gourmet Grocery, Brighton Beach, Brooklyn, NYC.