In many retail jobs, fresh buyers are a mysterious and challenging job. Fresh-selling buyers must not only master the rich knowledge of agricultural products, but also be familiar with the local market, and have an insight into consumer demand. They must also be able to work with stakeholders such as farmers, traders, and agricultural products agents.
Fresh-selling buyers and the above-mentioned stakeholders are both cooperative and competitive. The added value of a box of agricultural products is fixed. The price-performance ratio is something that everyone wants to pursue. Mutual gaming is inevitable. Therefore, a qualified fresh buyer not only needs to understand the economics of commodity trading, but also needs to know how to deal with farmers, vendors, and agents.