Stepped Punnet Trays for Fresh Produce Displays Main Image

stepped punnet trays for fresh produce displays

Perfect for punnets and small packs of other produce

  • Sizes for 2 shelf depths
  • Two channel depths
  • Black, woodgrain or white

Why most fresh produce businesses should use these Punnet Trays

The main reason is to make your punnet or bagged produce look amazing. These trays slope you products to the front helping your customers to make their buying decisions.

Customers are demanding more information about the fresh food they wish to buy. With these trays they can better see the produce in the clam-shell packaging. And they can read the label on the top where essential information is often printed ..... where where the berries were grown? .... are they organic .... are the berries Tasmanian?

Stepped Plastic Punnet Trays Photo

Trays made from ABS Plastic

Stepped Wire Punnet Trays Photo

Wire Trays

Stepped Punnet Trays Angled Riser Photo

Optional Riser to tilt the trays

Stepped Trays Closeup 80mm Steps Photo

Closeup of the standard channels

Stepped Trays Black White Woodgrain Photo

Black, woodgrain or white

Stepped Trays Closeup 100mm Steps

Closeup of the large channels

Select to buy online:

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Stepped Punnet Display Tray - 3 Tiers

Lower Price for 10+
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Stepped Punnet Display Tray - 4 Tiers

Lower Price for 10+
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Stepped Punnet Display Tray - 5 Tiers

Lower Price for 10+
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Stepped Large Punnet Display Tray - 3 Tiers

Lower Price for 10+
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Stepped Large Punnet Display Tray - 4 Tiers

Lower Price for 10+
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Display Riser for Standard Tiered Stepped Punnet Tray

Suits Standard Tray
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Display Riser for Large Stepped Tiered Punnet Tray

Suits Large Tray

 

Stepped Punnet Trays with Tomatoes
Stepped Punnet Trays with Meat Packs
Stepped Punnet Trays with Blueberries

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Main Page for all Produce Displays Link Image

Link to main page for all produce displays

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Stepped Bin Toppers for Produse Bins

 

   
Page last updated on 29 June