I'm reading a children's book (no kanji) and the sentence is:
いどうはんばいしゃは、 みんなが だいすきな たべものを うってるよ。
From the context, I figure it means:
The mobile catering guy everyones favourite food selling
(I'm not good at particles) My question is: What is the form うってる?
I assume that よ is the emphasis-particle and the word is 売る - "to sell", because context, but I do not get the conjugation. I checked here, but the closest form I could find is "utte iru".