There exists a sizable number of manufacturing businesses in Nairobi City. This consists of many small and medium-sized industries mainly located in Industrial Area, within Nairobi County. The manufacturing industries in Nairobi County consists of steel products manufacturers, plastic goods, soaps, flour, vegetable oil, canned fruit and fruit juice, horticulture, and dairy and poultry farming. Bulk trading of Kenyan coffee also takes place weekly at the Nairobi Coffee Exchange. Nairobi County leads in terms of service industries which generally contributes about 59.2 percent of Nairobi's GDP. Agriculture contributes to 24. The Jua Kali sector is the informal sector of the Nairobi County. The sector has fully been integrated supporting a very large part of the Kenya’s economy. The sector comprise of artisans who craft, fabricate and re-model all kinds of items. The Jua Kali market has been allocated by the Government, located on the east site of the Nairobi City. The word "Jua Kali” is a Swahili word meaning hot sun. This signifies outdoor exposure that the sector’s operations are exposed to. The Kali market is located next to hawkers market known as Muthurwa. The small-scale traders trade their products in this market. The City Market is located at the Centre of Nairobi City County. The market specializes in trading of fresh flowers, meat, Kenyan art and crafts products (curios) and other agricultural fresh produce. The Nairobi Moi Avenue separates the high and lower end markets of the city.