Rudy Panucci On Pop Culture

Georgia Mercantile Company

gm001Our photo essays documenting the recent travels of Mr. and Mrs. PopCulteer  continue as we visit a cool store in Senoia, Georgia, that’s just relocated to a new spot on Main Street, right in the middle of everything. Established in 2012, the Georgia Mercantile Company provides locally made, locally grown, locally produced gifts, foods, art, and more.They specialize in Georgia-based gifts including jams, jellies, sauces, rubs, books, art, stationary, postcards, shirts, and more.

Originally, Georgia Mercanitle Company was the host of the Georgia Tour Company, the folks who handle the fun and informative Walking Dead Walking Tour in Senoia. With both companies growing, the “general store” moved up the street while the tour stayed behind in their old location. It’s a fun, friendly atmosphere and in the new location, though there is a little zombie-related stuff for sale, the focus is more on their other fine products. So I thought I’d bring you a few photos of what they have to offer.

Their products can be also ordered through their online store, and you can check them out on Facebook. Ongoing technical issues here at the blog mean limited captions again, but you can still take in the wonderfulness, and shot them a Facebook message if you see anything you’d like to order.


Old school penny candy is just one of the treats in store at General Mercanile Company




It’s Jam and Preserve heaven



You’ll also find some fun Senoia souvenirs





They also carry a potentially dangerous array of Hot Sauces







And at their original location, you can still catch up with the walking tour of TWD shooting locations


  1. Michelle

    LOVE the GA Mercantile. The atmosphere with the building it’s in, the warmth & knowledge of the people that work there, the WONDERFUL flavors of their jams, jellies, syrups and more. Mmmmm. Can’t wait to go back. Especially when they do sampling!!

  2. Thomas Wheeler

    Looks like a lot of fun!

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