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Posted by litoos 
Cake displays
March 15, 2019 12:46PM

Good afternoon, pros and lovers! I plan to open a point in the shopping center with chocolate and figures of about 5 square meters (as long as the sale, its production is not yet). I collect information. The question arose: the temperature and humidity in the shopping center will obviously not correspond to the required. I assumed 2, maybe 3, showcases with the main assortment of handmade chocolates. And the remaining stocks of how and where to store?

Re: Cake displays
March 15, 2019 01:28PM

As an option - a small refrigerator "for wine." The rest - to bring as needed. I saw that the chocolate and the figures were quietly standing in a glass case. The store itself maintains the temperature up to 20 degrees or put additional air conditioning. For cakes and muffins, I bought a separate сake display https://ianboer.com.au. Better than this fridge is nothing. I understand this very well now.

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