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A market trader sells goods or services on a market stall. Goods can be perishable, such as fresh fruit, vegetables, fish and meat, or they can be non-perishable, such as jewellery, cards, toys and clothes. Services can include shoe repairs and key cutting.
Market stalls include small independent retailers such as butchers, bakers and grocers. There are various different types of markets, including:
Retail – selling a wide range of products from mobile phones and DVDs/CDs, to toys and games, and clothing and fashion accessories.
Farmers – selling locally grown and reared fresh products.
Flea – selling new or second-hand clothes and bric-a-brac.
Specialist – selling, for example, computers, antiques or crafts.
Market traders are involved in a wide variety of tasks, including:
Some market traders have their own websites to support their business through an online presence.
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