Spice Jars & Racks Add Spice to Your Life
Spice jars and racks help you organize the spices in the kitchen of your restaurant, cafe or coffee shop. They also free up space while inspiring cooks to add extra flavors to their creations. Depending on how much spice you need, you can opt for a little or big set, and the vast array of styles makes it easy to find the right complement to your business's decor, as well as its menu.
Space-Saving Options for Cupboards, Drawers, Walls or Countertops
Tired of reaching into the back recesses of cabinets to find spices? Check out Spicestor's door clips. They allow you to attach spices to the doors of your cabinets, or you can stick them directly on shelves or walls in commercial kitchens. A spice drawer lets you pull a stash of spices out of the cupboard for easy viewing. Other options store your spices under kitchen cabinets, or if you prefer a spicy display, tiered carousals allow you to position spices conveniently on serving stations or kitchen work tops. Alternatively, move your spices into a drawer with an in-drawer rack or drawer insert.
Choose Spice Racks With Jars or Without
If you want new spices to entice your kitchen crew to try something daring, many of our spice racks come with jars and spices included. Alternatively, if your chefs have signature spices, empty racks offer the ideal solution. You choose the size and type of rack your kitchen needs, and as soon as its installed, your chefs can start adding and organizing their own savory blends and favorite commercial spices. Finally, you can opt for empty jars. For example, Mastrad makes empty magnetic spice jars — fill them with your favorite bulk spices, stick them to the fridge or a metal work surface, and never worry about them getting lost in the hustle and bustle of your commercial kitchen.
Mirror Your Style and Sensibility
Whether your restaurant or cafe is modern, traditional or somewhere in between, you should mirror those characteristics with the right spice rack. Ceramic jars evoke the sense of a European grandmother's kitchen, while apothecary-style jars from strike a harmonious note between antiquity and modernity. Regardless of the color scheme in your venue, you can find just the right rack to match it. If you prefer no-frills, completely functional organization, then check out a basic under-the-cabinet rack or Interdesign's spice racks.
Hone in on the Number You Need
If you only have a few mainstay spices you want your chefs to use, opt for a four- or seven-piece set. If you prefer a spicy menu, a 12-piece set may be the best solution, or simply go wild with an 18-jar spice rack. You can even opt for two or three capacious wall racks.