Many games have a merchant, sometimes called Pumpkin P., who shows up as the owner of Pumpkin Products. Pumpkin wears a hat that looks like the top of a pumpkin. He usually sells common items, although it's not uncommon that he'll trade you money or plans for your rare currencies. When the game doesn't support this kind of mechanic, he may appear in another financial role, such as that of a sponsor.
In Beastie Bay, Pumpkin Products sells every available item except for super alloy weapons, precious ores, the Kairobeam, grenades, dynamite, scrolls, and certain tomes. The stock is limited at first but increases as investments are made with other islands' trading funds.
Sells recipe sets and premium items.
Also houses the Bearington remodeling service.
Pumpkin Products sells ingredients.
Pumpkin Products sells a variety of items which the player can purchase to supplement tenant or furnishing stats.
He buys and sells items and facilities.
Pumpkin Products sells items that can be used on an employee/employees for a range of effects.
Is in charge of the store, which sells items that can be used to gain items, unlock structures, or increase the max amount of environmental structures.
Same as Game Dev Story (sells items and boosters).
Appears as customer No. 87.
Pumpkin Products sells items (Merchant).
Leader of the "Pumpkin Products PR" tour.
Appears as a financial guru and tell you when items are trendy or if a manufacturer is up to something.
Appears to sell you investments.
A possible player for your team.
He will introduce a new race and if you win you will get a new Product or Land Expansion, and usually prize money up to 1.5K.
Appears as Pumpkin Consulting. Through him you research new ingredients, abilities, and customer types.
At regular intervals, you get a message saying Pumpkin Products is in the neighbourhood. A few weeks later, he comes over to buy research points, giving in-game cash in return.