If that is the case, then the restaurant, bistro, steak ranch, baker and coffee shop owner, even takeout owner, and certainly the deli café owner, has done his job rather well.
Because that is just the object of the exercise of the consummate food service display. It needs to work on the nerves of the palette and get mouths to water in the direction of the proprietor’s cash register. Alongside of the food service display, the cash register is a very important piece of servicing equipment indeed.
The very same wholesale distributor that brought you your new food service display can also walk you through a cash register system that can work for your business. You need to keep chin up because it does take a while for the cash register to reflect a positive balance. But if you have made a meal out of your food service display then ka-ching to you. Take any front of store scenario where takeouts are going to happen.
It is traditional to have all freshly baked bakery goods displayed behind a finely polished glass window. The customers need to see exactly what you baked so early in the morning, or as will be the case with fine cakes and cookies, over the last couple of days. You will still be keeping your creamed cakes fresh now that you have the correct refrigerator to store them in. And, of course, the cakes won’t be standing behind the display glass for very much longer, not so long after you baked and decorated them.
Freshly baked bread and bread rolls may just be an even more scrumptious example. The customers literally need to see those bread rolls sizzle. They’ll know they were just baked.