This page will guide you through how to successfully complete a Frozen Meat & Breakfast Coolers Collection.
For this visit, you will be taking photos for all coolers where Frozen Meat & Breakfast Items are present. You need to follow the instructions carefully so your visit can be approved.
Many of the photos you submit will be stitched together. This means the photos must have a certain amount of overlap. The correct amount of overlap is about 1-3 products. Here's a link to a full explanation. In order to have the best outcome, please watch this short video, and follow our best practices outlined here.
This visit will take approximately 25 minutes to complete, so please make sure your battery is charged.
Capturing Bunker Coolers
Bunker Coolers are the most difficult coolers to capture. Photos have to be taken from above the cooler facing straight down, and still need to have the necessary overlap.
Use a NEW section for each side of the bunker cooler.
What to Capture
For this collection, you will be taking pictures of coolers that contain frozen meat and frozen breakfast food. Please remember to capture the shelves even when empty.
You will be taking pictures of all Frozen Meat & Frozen Breakfast foods, which includes:
- Uncooked meat/chicken
- Prepared meat - frozen meatballs, frozen burger/patties, frozen ingredient meats, frozen pulled meats, frozen entrée meats
- Snacks & appetizers
- Breakfast - including non-meat products
- Value add protein - chicken with breading (tenders, cutlets, Any'tizer brand)
Uncooked meat/chicken products include, but are not limited to:
Prepared meat products include, but are not limited to:
Snacks & appetizer products include, but are not limited to:
Breakfast products include, but are not limited to:
Value add protein products include, but are not limited to:
What Not to Capture
The following items should not be included in this visit.
Frozen Cooked Meals:
Frozen Fish and Seafood:
Meat and Seafood behind the Butcher Counter:
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