Amazon loosens restrictions on third party sellers

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SPRINGFIELD, Mo. — Amazon is again going to start accepting non-essential items in its warehouses.

The retail giant lifting its ban on third-party non-essential items after a month of shipping only essential items like cleaning and health supplies.

Although the company is allowing third-party sellers to store goods in their warehouses, they will be limiting the amount.

Outside vendors reportedly account for nearly 60% of Amazon sales.

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