Archway - Tomatoes On A Bed Of Straw, Archway - Fruit In Bowls, Archway - Tomatoes In Bags. Tomatoes are rather delicate so the straw bed underneath them would protect them during transport, they give a more natural feeling to the container for the tomatoes. The fruit kept in the plastic bowls can be seen as the bowls are clear, they can hold a large capacity of fruit. If you don't over fill the bowl it can be stacked to have multiple layers of fruit storage. The tomatoes in the plastic bags allow them to be very easily transported, the holes in the bag ensure that air can circulate through the tomatoes, the thin material is flexible and forms around the tomatoes, even if they move around.
Archway - Stacked Oranges, Archway - Onions In A Bag, Archway - Pomelo In Net. The neatly stacked oranges gives a uniform and and organised look to the display, it is formed from oranges arranged in rectangles that get smaller as it goes up. The storage bag for the onions can be used for both transporting and displaying them, this is more sustainable than having two separate containers, the bag can be rolled to reveal more onions as they get sold. The net is effective in holding a singular piece of fruit as the holes allow for easy hanging, it also adds a tactile texture to the outer surface of the fruit, which makes it easier to grip on to slippery skin of the pomelo.
Archway - Lemongrass In Bags, Archway - Grapes In Foam, Archway - Sweet Potato In Net. The lemongrass is tied together with a band of plastic to keep them bundled together, the tapered shape of them forms a rough cone shape, I find that the plastic bags keeps them organised and separate from each other. The foam casings for the grapes remind me of cell walls in plants, the soft foam protects the grapes and keeps them from being damaged as they are quite delicate, they also prevent them from tangling with each other. The net that holds the sweet potatoes allows for dirt and debris from the potatoes to fall out and not collect up at the bottom. It is also easier to see the contents compared to plastic which is reflective.