Supermarket or Local Bakery?


Solid wood, plain-paper Tag Channel or C-channel give this department a “natural” and “wholesome” feel, reinforcing the merchandising of fresh bread and baked goods, and cross-selling items like these dipping oils. The wood elevates the image of an essentially aloof, modern supermarket department, introducing the warm appeal of an old-fashioned, corner bakery.

If “good, old fashioned fixtures” are your thing SEE…
Thickness Gauge for In-store Bakery Bread
Traditional Bread Rack
Classic Bakery Label Holders
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

Or SEARCH “Bakery” for related posts.

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