List of Korean online fashion retailers - Non-Korean online retailers

The following is a list of online fashion retailers which are not located in Korea, but also sell Korean fashion items.

Cruz (Velocity Micro) - Retailers

Cruz devices were sold in several major consumer electronics retailers in the United States including Best Buy, Borders, Sears, QVC, and Amazon.

The Shops at Crystals - Retailers

There are 56 luxury retailers operate stores within Crystals, including:

Free-range eggs - Retailers

As of 1 January 2007 (with one minor exception), all Austrian supermarkets no longer sell battery eggs. Many retailers in the Netherlands, including Albert Heijn and Schuitema (subsidiaries of Ahold), Laurus (including Edah, Konmar and Super de Boer), Dirk van den Broek (including Bas van der Heijden and Digros), Aldi and Lidl sell only free-range shell eggs; however the free-range eggs that are sold in Aldi and Lidl do not meet some country's recommendations for the production of free-range eggs. Three Belgian supermarkets: Makro, Colruyt and Lidl, no longer sell battery eggs. The Commission's report states that Sweden's move away from conventional battery cages has been aided by the decision by the four largest retailers (who between them account for 98-99% of the Swedish retail market) to stop stocking conventional battery eggs. U.S. food suppliers Aramark and Unilever have announced they intend to buy only cage-free eggs, but as of 2013 there are not enough available to supply them.

SouthPark Mall (Strongsville, Ohio) - Retailers

Other notable retailers include: ALDO, Chico's, Carter's, J.Jill, Papyrus, Abercrombie & Fitch, Forever 21, Sephora, MAC Cosmetics, H&M, Aveda, Godiva, PANDORA, Clarks, Swarovski, The Buckle, Build-A-Bear Workshop, Pink, Hollister Co., Vans, Victoria's Secret, Lucky Shoes, Apricot Lane, Francesca's, Learning Express Toys, Books-A-Million, House of Hoops, Disney Shop inside J. C. Penney, & Trollbeads Flagship.

Turban training centre - Retailers

Some Turban Centres only sell turbans such as full Voil, Rubia or Malmal Cloth but do not give professional training you may find retailers in all major markets in all Major cities in Punjab.

Safari Ltd - Retailers

The company is headquartered in Miami Lakes, Florida, selling to a principal market within the United States, but services international markets as well. Safari Ltd sells to distributors and retailers around the globe, providing museum-quality figurines to zoos, museums, aquariums, specialty toy stores, gift stores, arts and crafts stores, educational stores and more.

Oakville Place - Retailers

In 2019, 3 new retailers joined the Oakville Place: LL Bean, PetSmart, GoodLife Fitness, they were all added where Sears used to be.

Saint Catherine Street - Retailers

Other major retailers along the street including an Apple Store, AVEDA Experience Centre, Indigo Books and Music, Archambault, La Senza, Best Buy, Roots, Adidas, Puma, Guess, Parasuco, Zara, Mango and an H&M flagship store at the corner of Peel and St. Catherine. Additionally, many of Montreal's most prominent shopping complexes, including the Eaton Centre, Complexe Les Ailes, Place Montreal Trust, Promenades Cathédrale, les Cours Mont-Royal (a high fashion shopping mall), the Complexe Desjardins, Place Dupuis, Place Alexis Nihon, the Faubourg Sainte-Catherine and Westmount Square are all located along the street.

Goondiwindi - Retailers

Goondiwindi has many large retailers including Coles, two Hardware stores Home timber and hardware, a Mitre 10 Home & Trade, Betta Home Living, The Reject Shop, Repco and a Foodworks (Goondiwindi Co Op) and Price Busters.

Neilson Dairy - Retailers

Other retailers selling Neilson products:

Golf retailers

Golf retailers sell golf clubs, golf apparel and shoes, and golf accessories. They are sometimes called off-course shops if not located on a golf course. National golf retailers include Golfsmith, Golf Galaxy (owned by Dick's), Worldwide Golf Shops, Edwin Watts Golf, Golf Discount, and PGA superstores.

Food waste in the United Kingdom - Retailers

Other sectors also attribute to the amounts of food waste. The food industry produces large amounts of food waste, with retailers alone generating 1,600,000 tonnes of food waste per year. Supermarkets particularly have been criticised for wasting items which are damaged or unsold (what the industry calls 'surplus food'), but that often remain edible. However, exact statistics for the amount of food wasted by supermarkets is mostly unavailable; although a few voluntarily release data on food waste, it is not required by law. Similarly, limited information is available on amounts generated by the agricultural sector. Before a reversal of European Union policy in 2008, which came into effect on 1 July 2009, misshaped or 'wonky' fruit and vegetables could not be sold by retailers and were required to be thrown away.

Saint Catherine Street - Retailers

St. Catherine Street has been home to many of Montreal's prominent department stores, including such former retailers as Eaton's, Morgan's, Simpson's and Dupuis Frères. Today, the Henry Morgan Building is home to Hudson's Bay Company, which acquired Morgan's in 1960. The Simpson's building is now shared by the Simons department store and a multiplex cinema, while Eaton's was converted to the Complexe Les Ailes. Dupuis Frères, located further east at St. Catherine and St. Hubert, is now a shopping mall and office complex.

Merseyway Shopping Centre - Retailers

To the immediate east of the centre are two of the town's main supermarkets, Sainsbury's and Asda. A large Tesco Extra store is located within walking distance on the opposite side of the M60 motorway. Retail developments competing for similar tenants have sprung up around the centre, these include The Peel Centre, the Courts Shopping Centre and the planned Bridgefield development. Additionally some of the more traditional shopping streets such as Hillgate play host to independent retailers due to lower rents, as well as a small collection of national chain stores.

Bulk foods - Retailers

Notable retailers of bulk foods include:

Birstall Shopping Park - Retailers

The park hosts a wide variety of retailers, covering many different areas, the larger stores on the park include Toys R Us which closed down in spring 2018, IKEA, DW Sports Fitness and DFS. There is also a Marks and Spencer Simply Food store, the only food store on the site. The majority of retailers are major UK high street names. It also contains a wide variety of restaurants, namely TGI Fridays, Frankie and Benny's, Bella Italia and McDonald's. In addition there are the Showcase Cinemas, the cinemas are considered as a part of the Shopping Park, but are located on the other site of the A62 alongside DW Sports Fitness and McDonald's.

Half United - Retailers

HALF UNITED is sold online through their official website as well as in stores around the world, primarily in the United States and Canada. Retailers range from small boutiques to large department stores. Nordstrom is one of their biggest retailers as well as Buckle and Altar'd State. Because HU was noticed at the Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week show, more orders were placed for accessories. Retail stores are available in 28 different states as well as online. The Half United headquarters can also be visited for purchasing products.

Fortitude Valley, Queensland - Retailers

Fortitude Valley has a range of home retailers. Decorative and home shopping retailers include Coco Republic, Pottery Barn, Pottery Barn Kids, West Elm, Matt Blatt, Winning Appliances, Harvey Norman, Nick Scali Furniture, Oz Design Furniture and Everyday Living. There are also several luxury car dealerships and boutique shops.

Kingsway, Glen Waverley - Retailers

Kingsway has a range of shopping, dining and entertainment retailers, but is best known for its eateries. Retailers include Asian influenced and other restaurants and cafes, travel agencies, clothing stores, hairdressers, grocery stores, gift shops, a newsagency, after school tuition centres, pharmacies and mobile phone dealers. Larger retailers include Dan Murphy's, Village Cinemas and Intencity. Other major retailers such as Woolworths, Coles, David Jones, Target and Lincraft are located inside The Glen Shopping Centre.