greengrocer


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Stokes is still the country's largest high street greengrocer.
Customer service is the key to survival for independent family firms, says greengrocer Howard France.
If a greengrocer sells bananas by the pound he faces a pounds 1000 fine or a year in jail.
Ann Whyte and Maureen Todd are the first in Scotland to be awarded the title of master greengrocer by their employers, ASDA.
SIR - Your indomitable correspondent Mr Gwilym Levell, of Tonna, rather reminds me of the late Henry Root, a retired greengrocer.
A BRAVE Coventry greengrocer has told how he fought off a would-be robber who held a knife to his throat during a struggle.
There was one butcher, one greengrocer owned by Chris and Mary, two chips shops opposite one another.
Thomas Thompson, 43, greengrocer, West Denton: Definitely.
Very likely you'll have a florist, maybe a chemist and there's bound to be a greengrocer not too far away.
Sir Ken was still there, under PoS suggesting 'Mr Morrison is the best Greengrocer in town', when our shopper checked out a full basket an hour later.
Raider Barry McKay, 20, threatened greengrocer Ronald Stott, 62, with a knife after bursting into his store in Auchmill Road, Aberdeen, last June.
A WELL-KNOWN city musician and greengrocer has died from cancer at the age of 90.
The one-stop markets houses a butcher, a greengrocer, a delicatessen and separate cheese counter and a coffee bar.
As part of the makeover, in the coming year M&S is increasing consumer contact by appointing specialist greengrocer managers, and introducing more selected lines.
We are satisfied with the outcome of the case," said a spokesperson for Hackney Council after the hardened OAP greengrocer was given a conditional discharge.