Odom's Grocery

Odom's Grocery

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(229) 372-4104

4950 Ga Highway 370

Blakely
,
GA
39823

Odom's Grocery is a business providing services in the field of Grocery Stores & Supermarkets. Odom's Grocery is located in Blakely, GA on 4950 Ga Highway 370.

Odom's Grocery telephone number is (229) 372-4104.

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Helpful Tip for: Grocery Stores & Supermarkets


Blakely has grocery stores and/or supermarkets. A grocery store essentially sell food items. The kind of items available can be quite broad in its spectrum and can incorporate the tastes and preferences of a multicultural population (including "exotic" food products favored by people of a particular ethnicity). A supermarket is an expanded form of a grocery store, being self-service in nature and having a selection of both food and non-food/household items available for sale. Items that are usually sold here include meat, fresh produce, dairy, baked goods, alcohol, pet supplies, medicines, household cleaners and clothes (the items available in the non-food section can vary a fair bit).



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