chill cabinet

Translations

chill cabinet

n (Brit) → Kühlvitrine f
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A good example in the chill cabinet is the design of packs for exotic products such as crabs claws sold by two of the leading retailers.
Nearly every large supermarket group and store has a chill cabinet offering a wide range of sandwiches and fillings with several bread choices.
The brightly coloured high impact styrene trays complete with shaped sleeves are instantly recognisable with their distinctive Flintstones design, which makes an eye-catching feature in the fresh chill cabinet.
Contract notice: Supply of stainless steel panels, mass chill cabinet smoked products, icemaker, trucks, stainless vEirnice, cutter, drawcords skin.
At the back of the shop, a woman bent over the chill cabinet, loading her wire basket with frozen pancakes.
Furthermore, thanks to the jar's smaller footprint compared to glass, more units can be incorporated into the same shelf space, while its shatter-resistance offers new opportunities for product placement, for example close to the chill cabinet.
What an irony that milk from a dairy herd on the Llyn, delivered to the doorstep of a house in Pwllheli or to the chill cabinet of the Spar in Abersoch must now go on such an enormous trek to the south-west of England and back first.
NatureFlex NVS has been specifically formulated to offer improved stiffness under chill cabinet conditions and a controlled level of moisture permeability with a heat-sealable, conversion-friendly coating on both sides.
The freezer and chill cabinet proof, peel-off labels that measure 50mm x 70mm and come in rolls of 500, can be supplied either colour coded to the international colour protocol to identify the day of the week, or they can be supplied preprinted with the day of the week.
The NBA is sure there is an obvious advantage to the UK industry if its beef is sold in a different section of the chill cabinet display to imports.
The trendy look also maximises shelf appeal in the chill cabinet where the dressings, which contain no preservatives, have to be placed.
The success, or failure, of this approach will depend on how quickly supermarkets admitted that it was hypocritical to demand high standards from the UK farmer but accept lower standards for imports ( and then acknowledge that if they do not point out the difference in standards at the chill cabinet then they are betraying their customers' trust too," said Mr Forster.