There’s Always Room for Grab-and-Go

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Even when it looks like there is no room for a foodservice operation to add a grab-and- go display, there is a space-saving option available that tucks conveniently into counters. Now, what was once non-revenue generating space quickly becomes a grab-and-go area that can increase an operation’s sales opportunities.

Part 4-photo 3-5Freestanding, refrigerated displays slide underneath counters, allowing room on the countertop for customer interaction, food displays or POS equipment.

Integrating modular, refrigerated grab-and-go displays into the counter is a seamless way to optimize space. These freestanding, refrigerated displays slide underneath counters to keep precious countertop space clear for customer interaction, food displays or POS equipment. Customers have complete visibility and easy access to packaged products at the perfect point in the food selection process.

The refrigerated displays are completely self-contained, easily slide in place and plug in for power. The refrigeration system is fully accessible from the rear of the equipment for convenient maintenance and service.

Part 4-photo 1-2Open front grab-and-go displays built into counters display the fresh and natural appeal of food and beverages in a way that is irresistible to customers.

The key to stimulating impulse sales is being able to see food and having quick and easy access to it. Food in an ice pan is difficult to see when covered in ice, as is food behind a cooler door. These built-in counter grab-and- go displays are great alternatives to drop-in ice pans and single door reach-in refrigerators.

Open front grab-and-go displays built into counters display the fresh and natural appeal of food and beverages in a way that is irresistible to customers. These displays are versatile for use in all types of operations, including restaurants, B&I and healthcare. Models that accommodate crates of milk cartons also can be easily incorporated into school serving lines.

Part 4-photo 2-4Modular, refrigerated grab-and-go displays turn what was non-revenue generating space into an area that can increase an operation’s sales opportunities by providing customers complete visibility and access to a variety of products.

Counter built-in grab-and-go displays with LED lighting are available in nominal 3-, 4-, 5- and 6-foot lengths. Type II refrigeration for warmer operating environments have a flexible design to accommodate a variety of materials and finishes to match nearly any décor.

Don’t overlook an opportunity to add a grab-and-go display just because space might be tight.  Incoporating built-in units under counters can increase customer satisfaction in addition to food and beverage sales.