這位來自約克的56歲的女士說，她的老闆正在 "粉碎 "這項業務，但在從挪威和冰島等地獲得產品時出現了運輸問題，這意味着他們不得不比正常情況下提前訂購庫存。
The chancellor's Autumn Statement doesn't worry him too much, he says: "As someone that tries to sell to customers, if everyone is going to have less disposable income that's going to impact us negatively a bit.
"But at the same time, with all the Covid effects, they probably do need to be raising more tax. It's understandable but it's probably not going to be great for us in the short term."
At the stall next door, Mark Pacan is selling colourful paper star lanterns. It's his 64th birthday and he's happy to be back at the market after missing out last year when he broke his foot and couldn't work on the stall, which is owned by his friend.
The 56-year-old from York says her boss is "smashing it" with the business but there have been shipping issues with getting products from places like Norway and Iceland, which means they have had to order stock earlier than normal.
"Lucky that we have a coal fire so we have that on, we don't put our central heating on, we literally have one light on. It's all that stuff - slow cooker, whatever means we can do to keep the costs down."