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Grocery Stores & Supermarkets In Canton

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Grocery Stores & Supermarkets


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Business Listing   Bi-Lo Inc No 179 - Canton, GA - Phone: (770) 479-5712


Business Listing   Cain's Kwik Shop - Canton, GA - Phone: (770) 479-0129


Business Listing   Canton House Chinese Restaurant - Canton, GA - Phone: (770) 720-2897


Business Listing   Carniceria Ramirez - Canton, GA - Phone: (770) 720-1270


Business Listing   Clayton Food Store - Canton, GA - Phone: (770) 479-8316


Business Listing   Crossroads Market - Canton, GA - Phone: (770) 479-6341


Business Listing   El Huerta - Canton, GA - Phone: (770) 720-7137


Business Listing   Ingles Market Inc - Canton, GA - Phone: (770) 479-4335


Business Listing   Johnson's Mini Market - Canton, GA - Phone: (770) 479-4872


Business Listing   Johnson's Mini Market - No 2 - Canton, GA - Phone: (770) 479-7554


Business Listing   Johnson's Mini Market - No 3 - Canton, GA - Phone: (770) 479-1232


Business Listing   McFarland IGA - Canton, GA - Phone: (770) 479-1562


Business Listing   Page & Son Store - Canton, GA - Phone: (770) 479-3860


Business Listing   Productos Mexicanos LA Virgen - Canton, GA - Phone: (770) 479-9371


Business Listing   Publix Super Markets - Canton, GA - Phone: (770) 455-0211


Business Listing   Publix Super Markets - Hickory Flat Village - Canton, GA - Phone: (770) 345-8600


Business Listing   Publix Super Markets - Salem Road Station- Freehome Village - Canton, GA - Phone: (678) 455-0112


Business Listing   Tienda Loarca - Canton, GA - Phone: (770) 720-8190


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Helpful Definition for: Grocery Stores & Supermarkets

Canton 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). The store in Canton is located close to residential areas for ease of the customers. The items for sale are put up in displays for convenience of selection (as well as an advertising tactic), and the shopping hours are often long, in some cases, being open 24 hours in a day. The prices are often kept low, prioritizing higher sales vis-a-vis profit margins. Some other facilities may also be available along with the store, such as banks, cafés, childcare options during shopping, photo processing, video rentals and gas stations. There are a number of supermarket chains throughout the country. They usually operate on the franchise model.

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