How a spice rack and a magnetic spice rack became the hottest things in the spice trade

By Emily Clements-Spencer / Business Insider / November 1, 2017 3:11pm PDT / 10:11am EDTThe Spice Rack and Magnetic Spice Rack are two of the hottest items in the retail spice trade.

And the spice rack is a thing.

It’s the new “must-have” item for most spice-addicted shoppers, which means it’s the hottest thing on the market, as well.

The spice rack was originally designed for people who wanted to cook with spices, a common way of buying spice.

But the rack has grown into something quite a bit more: a gadget that can serve up fresh spices, in a tray that can be opened and closed by a magnetic device.

And while it’s not the only spice rack in the world, it is the hottest.

“The magnetic spice racks have a magnetic element inside the rack that moves and rotates and moves it,” said Peter Ainsworth, an associate professor of culinary arts at the University of Georgia.

“You don’t want to mess around with that.”

While it’s unclear how long the magnetic spice bars will last, it’s safe to say that they’re going to become even more popular.

Ainspool said he sees a surge in the number of people ordering them as the season heats up.

“We have seen people ordering spice racks and spice racks in December, but now we’re seeing a lot more people ordering it in January and February,” he said.

Spice rack technology has been around for years.

The magnetic spice-rack system, first introduced by a British spice seller in the 1960s, is the mainstay of many spice shops around the world.

But Ainswell said that as spice season approaches, it seems like spice racks are being marketed to new customers, not people who are already spice-obsessed.

The rack itself is designed to hold spices in a container that can take up to a footlong.

Its magnetic element, called an electric spice rack unit, is powered by a small, rechargeable battery.

It can be placed in a variety of locations, including inside a cupboard or under a table.

When a spice shop opens, the magnetic element turns on and off, and the rack opens and closes.

The rack then automatically moves to a new location once the spice shop is closed, and it stays in place for about an hour.

Once the spice store is open again, the rack stays open until the spice shops are closed.

If a spice store closes, the spice racks will return to their original locations.

The spice rack’s magnetic element is very small, measuring just three inches (10 centimeters) across.

Ainsworth said the magnetic elements have been around since the 1950s, but in the past year or so, they have been getting more popular because of the explosion in spice shops in Asia.

In Australia, Ainswaes rack has seen an uptick in demand, with people ordering the device from more than 20 different spice shops across Sydney and Melbourne.

I see it as a good way to get fresh spices for people, he said, adding that he expects the magnetic rack will become the most popular spice rack on the planet by the end of the year.

“There’s a lot of demand for spice rack technology, so I think it’s going to be really successful,” he explained.

“I think it will be like the iPod of spice, and people will buy the iPods because of that.”

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