Traveling to a tropical island may not be possible under the current circumstances, but what about seeing a Brussels Sprout island? The American Adroit Design Group specializes in supermarket layouts and especially produce islands.
These photos show islands with bags of Brussels Sprouts and different kinds of cabbages, citrus, and apples. Supermarket refrigeration also looks great in these American supermarkets, and look at the photo with the empty display stand. See how the bell peppers are laid out in a pattern in the background?
Whitewashed bins with oranges, avocados, and apples. These displays are brightened by exotic fruits - finger limes, papayas, kiwis, dragonfruit, and prickly pears.
Apples topped with Buddha's fingers.
During the festive season, you can see broccoli and orange and purple cauliflowers stacked to look like Christmas trees, but this looks great at any time of the year.
A pineapple tower is displayed alongside boxes of mandarins. Here, too, the design goes upward.
Brussels Sprout and green bean towers, In the background, you can see the crazy refrigerated goods' design.
Sunset's display of its greenhouse vegetables. Yellow and green zucchini, various kinds of greenhouse tomatoes (beef and vine), and eggplant in two colors.
This is what the towers look line empty. Note the bell pepper display in the background.