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Wavy Pans add dimension and visual interest to cold cases.

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November 14, 2013 - Via wavy pans, Modular Displayware adds dimension and visual appeal to cold food displays. Multiple sizes and styles of pans, which are dishwasher safe and NSF listed, fit into standard-sized food wells and can be used safely in temperatures from -40 to +212°F. Lids are available for all pan sizes to promote and facilitate safe storage.

FFR Merchandising

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

Original Press Release

Add Dimension and Visual Appeal to Cold Food Displays

Press release date: November 12, 2013

Add dimension and visual appeal to cold food displays with FFR-DSI’s new Modular Displayware.  Wavy shape of pans offers visual interest while enhancing display appeal.

Available in multiple sizes and styles, displayware pans fit into standard-sized food wells and are safe for temperatures ranging from -40°F to 212°F.  Lids are available for all pan sizes for safe and easy storage.  Pans are dishwasher safe and NSF listed.
 
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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