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Metal Wire Basket displays food service industry impulse items.

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September 11, 2013 - Used to display impulse items in food service departments, Wire Pedestal Basket measures 12 in. high x 16 in. dia and is constructed of metal with smooth, gray finish. Wire scroll basket, intended for display of baked goods, snack-type foods, and other impulse items, can be used singly to highlight featured products or in multiple instances to showcase diverse products.

FFR Merchandising

8181 Darrow Rd., Twinsburg, OH, 44087, USA

Original Press Release

FFR-DSI PR - Display Impulse Items in Food Service Departments

Press release date: September 10, 2013

TWINSBURG, Ohio – Display impulse items in food service departments with FFR-DSI’s new Wire Pedestal Basket.  Wire scroll basket is ideal for baked goods, snack-type foods, and other impulse items.

The Pedestal is constructed of metal with a smooth gray finish for a durable, yet high-end look to your custom display.  Pedestal is 12" H x 16" diameter and can be used singly to highlight a feature item or in multiple for an impactful display.  Durable metal construction guarantees a long term, cost effective display solution.

FFR-DSI, Inc. leads the industry in providing Total Retail Solutions® designed to increase sales, improve category management, limit shrink and reduce labor at the point of sale.  These products include merchandising and loss prevention systems, shelf-edge label holders, sign and literature holders, product merchandisers and fixtures, display fixtures, smallwares, display construction components and more.  FFR-DSI, Inc. offers start-to-finish solution delivery, including consultation, design, prototyping, production and fulfillment.

For more information, or to request a free 2013 FFR-DSI TOTAL RETAIL SOLUTIONS® Catalog, call toll-free (800) 422-2547, or visit www.ffr-dsi.com.

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