In grocery stores in the US, the following things are known as "cases" of different kinds:
- Some are refrigerated but have no glass or doors, so that customers can select what they want directly:
- Others have glass on the front, so only employees can access the products (from the back):
- Others have doors that the customers can open:
My understanding is that the Spanish word vitrina can be used as a translation of "display case," but it appears to me that its use is normally limited to cases that have glass on the front. If that's true, then vitrina could only be used to describe the second and third images above.
What is the term used in the grocery industry to describe these types of cases, especially the first image above? I'm particularly interested in what vocabulary would be used in Mexico and Latin America generally, if that matters.