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Krios was the Greek God of stars and constellations. These new crocks, trays and platters feature a speckled black and white finish not unlike the the stars in a night sky. The finish, texture and design combine to create food display trays, bowls and platters that will help you to create eye-catching displays and increase the perceived value of the food products on display.
One of the display dilemmas facing many butchers, delis and other fresh food retailers is the increasing number of food products they need to display in what, is often limited space in their display cabinets. And they need to display the food in such a way that it gives the impression of abundance without increasing food waste. The Krios Bowls, Trays and Platters help solve these problems by offering bowls with several heights of up to 100mm. More product can be displayed in smaller footprints. And they can be stacked to maintain visually exciting displays that will appear to your customers.
Krios Melamine Bowls and Trays sizes are modular. They can be mixed and matched without losing valuable display space in your cabinet. On quieter trading days, shallower bowls can be used to give the look of full, abundant-looking trays without the need to use excess stock. And unlike most other food display bowls they can be inverted and used as display platters.
Optional Bamboo Lids
Crocks Stacked with Lids
Lids as Platters
A unique add-on feature of these bowls and trays is the real bamboo lids and platters. They have been designed to be used as snug-fitting lids to protect the food at night time when not on display. Or to make them stackable in refrigeration, say, for a hotel buffet. However many of our customers love the warm, aethetically pleasing appearance of these products. Use them as a platter on top of the bowls. Or on their own to create feature or other short term feature displays.
1. Select the correct bowl size
2. Never display partially filled bowls
3. Use shallower bowls as needed
4. Correctly displayed
5. Use as single platters
6. Use as stacked platters
When it comes to fresh food displays it's all about the presentation. And the Number 1 Rule is to maintain abundant-looking displays. Your customers do not like buying, what they perceive to be the last serve of a product from a partially-empty bowl. With the Krios B that is easy. At the end of the day, or on slower days, simply transfer the last of the food product to a shallower bowls. And display them on top of the deeper bowl. In the images 2 and 3 the amount of cubed beef is the same. But images 3 and 4 show a much better presentations.
The deepest of the Krios Bowls is 100mm, much deeper than most other food display bowls on the market. This means you can display more food with a small footprint. That is, you can display more different food products in your display cabinet. And, because the sizes are modular, there is little wasted space. The Trays and Bowls nest neatly together.
When used as platters, the inverted bowls are a great way to display featured products like a whole roast or leg of ham. Or gourmet sausages. Or featured crumbed meats. Or add the low-cost bamboo platters onto the top of the bowls for additional, attention-grabbing displays.
Our Shop4Shops Planograms make it easy to plan the layout for your fresh food display cabinet. They are suitable for display cabinets approximately 900mm deep internally. And the module width are approximately 600mm. So 3 modules will fit in most 1800mm long cabinets, 4 in 2400mm long cabinets and 6 in 3600mm long cabinets. Select different planogram layouts for different food groups. For example, one for antipasto, one for salads, one for smallgoods in a deli. Or tell us more about your food producs and cabinet size and we will create unique planograms just for you. Zoning your display in this fashion will help to better present your food products and make it easier for your customers to peruse the whole display and not just concentrate on one particular group of products.
Page last updated 11 July 2021