Heated Display Merchandisers

Heated display merchandisers keep food accessible and hot prior to serving.

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Hot holding cabinets are temperature maintenance units in the same vein as refrigeration equipment. And though they are heated, foodservice operators do not use this equipment for cooking.

To help determine what size cabinet suits the application and the necessary number of shelves, operators should take into account how much food will be held at one time.

Hot holding cabinets are temperature maintenance units in the same vein as refrigeration equipment. And though they are heated, foodservice operators do not use this equipment for cooking.

The condition of front-of-house equipment and units visible to customers, such as heated display merchandisers, serves as a reflection of an operation. Keeping this equipment clean and properly maintained plays a critical role in the success of any retail operation as doing so will enhance the appearance of food displays and therefore draw customers.

Purchasing Considerations for Heated Merchandisers

Heated merchandisers hold hot food at safe temperatures between 140 degrees F and 160 degrees F. Operators can use these units in the back or front of house to keep food accessible and hot prior to serving. Self-serve units help create impulse sales opportunities in grab-and-go applications.

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