The fruiterer packs up the fruit in a paper bag to be carried home.
The earliest record is said to be a fruiterer 's bill from the court of the English King Edward I, dated 1276, for gooseberry bushes imported from France.
And, clad like a poor woman, she went to the fruiterer , to the grocer, to the butcher, a basket on her arm, haggling, insulted, fighting for every wretched halfpenny of her money.
The gardener knew the fruiterer very well, for it was to him that he sold, on the proprietor's account, the surplus of the fruit which was grown in the gardens of the estate.
The fruiterer walked off with his money, and the guards gave the butter merchant fifty blows of a courbash on the soles of his feet.
During 1901-02, a shop was built on what became Part Three of Lot 245, which was leased to fruiterer Albert Blencoe.
After the decimation of rural areas in the 13 th Century through the Plague and War of the Roses, fruiterer Richard Harris set up the first large-scale orchards on the instructions of Henry VIII.
On his death certificate his occupation is given as fruiterer .
More, the fruiterers had never heard of a persimmon.
I have taken photographs of our good butchers, bakers, fruiterers and grocer and am sending a copy to the Museum.