Visual Merchandising Food

Professional food displays are essential in enhancing your customers visual experience. We can help you achieve the same standards as the premium UK food retailers.

Food Wall Merchandising
Relay your wall bays to maximise sales. Create photographic guidelines for you and your team to maintain the look of food products.

Food Chiller counter
Assist in making your fresh food displays look enticing and shoppable.

Featured Food Displays
Design eye catching inspiring displays for you to promote.

Food space planning
Work with your existing fixtures to maximise the layout of your food retail space, or help you develop new fixtures to drive sales.

Food events

Work either independently or alongside your PR or Marketing team to create an on brand look for your event.

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Food Visual Merchandiser - Harvey-Nichols-food-window
Food Visual Merchandiser -  Panetone
Food Visual Merchandiser - tea-display

Food Visual Merchandiser - chocolate

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Our job
It is our job to present your merchandise to your customers in the best possible way to stimulate sales, as well as create a strong brand identity. We can do this in a number of ways.

Make it easy to buy
Our visual merchandising consulting encourages better customer flow and shopability by presenting your current fixtures in a logical format. We can improve directional signage to facilitate your customer experience. Effective ticketing makes it easy for customers to buy: we can discuss options with you on how to improve this within your business.

Good standards
As well as signage, we have props at our disposal. These are the items that lend the creative touch to the store. We can source these items for you or, if you don’t have suitable storage facilities, we can rent them for a set period of time. We can create visual guidelines to any size of business that can then be relayed to your teams, so that the store is consistently maintained to a good standard. If necessary this can be followed up by a series of training sessions – so all your colleagues understand your visual expectations.