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greengrocer

Chiefly Brit a retail trader in fruit and vegetables
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Street markets and greengrocers sold a greater proportion and were on the whole cheaper, it said.
Forbes White turned the Dundee-based Betty White chain of greengrocers into a household name.
Fellow mobile greengrocer John Simmonds, of Stretton-on-Dunsmore, said he had been in business for 27 years but might also have to quit if Barras Heath closed.
When Albert was nine his mother, Elizabeth, better known as Cassie, opened a greengrocers in Athol Street, on the corner of Athol Terrace.
The cause of concern is a notice placed on the shutters of the former Cane's greengrocers, notifying shoppers that an application has been lodged for a betting licence.
Shareholder Donovan Winter claimed that the giant was forcing local butchers, greengrocers and fishmongers out of business.
So no doubt greengrocers and supermarkets are braced for a run on the peaches and grapes.
Situated in the small area bounded by St Mary Street roundabout on one side and Hayes Bridge Road on the other, wholesalers delivered their produce for greengrocers to buy and stock their shelves.
In the week that the Competition Commission announced the results of its 16 month inquiry into supermarkets, one of my two remaining local greengrocers shut up shop for good.
A NEW Sutton Coldfield post office is set to spring up in a former greengrocers shop.
Or perhaps you were one of the greengrocers or delivery drivers who were affected or involved.
These superstores don't even consider independent greengrocers as competition.