Supermarket, convenience store, and candy shop owners who
have substantial floor space should use it effectively. A huge display filled
with acrylic candy containers
smart purchase because it will create a profit center. Not only will this
fixture look impressive, it will impress storeowners with its sales ability,
causing consumers to scoop up candy treats with no advertisement required.
Who would not be in awe of a two-foot high candy display
featuring divided acrylic bins? Shoppers will see the large assortment of
goodies and make this their first stop when entering the store. The fixture
holds a dozen divided acrylic dispensers, displaying 24 treats in the same
space typically use to store half that amount. Making this display even more
eye-catching are the optional four foot-high acrylic tubes.
It may seem surprising but even these candy dispensers are not the most impressive of the bunch. A
two-foot combination gondola turns an empty aisle into a selling machine.
Gravity bins line the top row, with scoop bins occupying an additional two
rows. The base features a storage area enclosed by a door, keeping extra
inventory easily accessible, yet out of site. This fixture sites on a madix or
lozier gondola with an 18-inch diameter base deck and 78-inch high uprights.
Storeowners will also find a 34x48x78-inch high fixture
featuring regular or divided bins with tethers and plastic scoops. Decorative
tubing is included to create a more colorful display. The bottom of the fixture
features sliding storage, keeping excess candy front and center. Retailers can
purchase several of these display units and stack them next to each other to
create a complete aisle or scatter them throughout the sales floor.
Six and seven foot racks are the queens and kings of the
candy world, selling a huge amount of goodies from a single location. Six-foot
wooden candy cabinets featuring false front acrylic bins always appear stocked.
Large candy jars can be placed in rows on top of these units, putting even more
treats within reach of hungry shoppers.
Uniquely designed candy racks like island fixtures spark
conversation. Installing a z-frame island is as easy as setting up the four
included racks to create a 16-foot display space featuring 72 custom scoop bins
with tethers. When retailers think about how much candy this fixture can hold,
they realize how sweet success can be when they go large with their treat