Let’s see if, wherever you go in the world, you ever come across vegetable displays as great as these.
This is the work of a man named Victor.
Victor’s proud fellow RALPHS workers call him The Produce Artist.
As I was shopping for carrots, I kind of noticed how nice they looked — and then I noticed that I was picking out the carrots best for my needs one by one — and the carrots around them weren’t sliding all over the place! (The gaps you see on the right are where I pulled mine out.)
That’s when I took a good look and saw how beautifully they were laid out. They weren’t stacked. They were carefully blocked.
I took out my camera (the SmartPhone I was testing) — and took a photo.
And as I took that photo, I noticed that the broccoli next to the carrots was also so well stacked. And then I noticed the next ones and the next ones….
I just had to ask who did these fantastic veggie displays and that’s how I learned about Victor The Produce Artist.
If you get to Los Angeles,
here’s where to find Victor’s displays:
4760 W Pico Blvd
Los Angeles, CA 90019
Everyone I met at that RALPHS was kind, helpful, and seemed to love being there. That’s pretty amazing for a supermarket in Los Angeles.