Fridge Or Refridgerated Merchandiser?

Business By cakesonoccasion Updated 2 Oct 2009 , 1:42am by spring

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cakesonoccasion Posted 1 Oct 2009 , 5:28am
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Is there a difference in the two? The "Merchandisers" are the ones with glass doors. like you see in self- serve places. Can these also "legally" be used in the kitchen? Will they pass inspection like a regular commercial fridge? They are sooo much cheaper! Thanks in advance!

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cakesdivine Posted 1 Oct 2009 , 3:39pm
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They pass just fine here in Texas.

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CutiePieCakes-Ontario Posted 1 Oct 2009 , 4:20pm
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You need to find this out for your county, as each one may differ.

I'd love to have a merchandiser fridge, when the time comes. They just seem more practical that a 'house' fridge for caking. That, and a stand up freezer (less floor space).

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francescakes Posted 1 Oct 2009 , 8:27pm
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Merchandisers pass in NJ too- but I hate mine! They throw off too much moisture-I'm going to replace them with commercial stainless steel refrigerators...

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spring Posted 2 Oct 2009 , 1:42am
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We can't put cakes in our merchandiser because of the moisture it produces. Had I know about the moisture issue, I would never have bought it.

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