That's what I was trying to do with my first version. Except mine was elevated at an angle. I'll try it flat this time.OK, I checked the YouTube video, and that looks good. The produce area is flat, so easily reachable by a shopper, but the mirror on an angle gives a view of a second area of produce that appears to rise up in the second area. I like it. That's a nice use of the mirror.
I've yet to shop anywhere that has a setup like that, too. It's like the veggie wall of China!Studying that photo for a while, I realized there are mirrors near the top actually looking down on the produce, so it looks taller than it actually is.
That said, however, I don't think I've ever seen a produce section set up like that. I can't promise anything, but I'll try to grab a couple of shots next time I'm at the supermarket so you can see how they have it set up. Needless to say, every supermarket's different so you never know what the produce section will look like.
Some units have misters for the leafy veggies, if that is possible.