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    Stevennall
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    Yes, there is a significant pricing gap between wholesale and retail markets. When opposed to a retail store, a wholesale store has a lower price. [wholesale distributors USA](https://nexdeal.com/), sell a wide range of commodities and items that are acquired and sold by retailers in retail stores. Retailers approach wholesalers directly and purchase items and products in huge, bulk quantities for their retail stores. The price is individually affixed to each product when it is placed in the retail shop and sold to the customers who are also the end-users of the entire chain, delivering huge profits to the shops. The retailers, it is stated, make higher profits when compared to the wholesalers. However, retailers have higher shop-related expenses when compared to wholesalers.

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