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Odom's Tennessee Pride

We are glad you stopped by to visit our website. For over 60 years the Tennessee Pride brand has represented the best in sausage products, featuring the highest quality and real country flavor that our consumers love. Our website is just one of the ways that we seek to better serve you. You will find lots of information here about our products. We hope you enjoy your visit and come back often. New recipes featuring our products are always available and you will hear about new products here first.

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Acre Station Meat Farm

Acre Station Meat Farm located in Eastern North Carolina, offers retail fresh meats and grocery products. Specializing in fresh pork, beef, lamb, fresh and smoked sausage, seasoning meats, fresh frozen vegetables, specialty sauces, and marinades. Your Traditional Butcher Shop will cut to order. Visit our online store... we will ship to your door.

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Grits Bits

Diane Pfeifer's latest venture is manufacturing an exciting selection of southern gourmet snacks. Besides appearances on numerous TV shows, including "Regis & Kathie Lee," "CBS This Morning", "Donny & Marie", CNN and more, she has been featured in "Southern Living", "The Wall Street Journal" and "Newsweek". Diane was born and raised in St. Louis, Missouri. She resides in Atlanta, Georgia with her husband, Jeff Justice and daughters Jennica and Jianna.

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Ferrara's Cafe

Ferrara's Cafe

At the beginning of the 1929 Depression, Peter married the daughter of Enrico Scoppa. He was to spend the rest of his life at Ferrara's, transforming a charming neighborhood cafe into a world famous shrine of delicious tastes. Times were tough and in order to make sure there was very little waste, they began to bake two, three and sometimes four times a day, small batches of cookies and cakes. These difficult circumstances were a blessing in disguise.

Because of the frequency with which they baked, Ferrara acquired a great reputation for freshness. This reputation and the fact that the Lepore's were devoted to their business almost as much as to each other, enabled Caffé Ferrara to grow and prosper.

Today, Ferrara is still a family owned business operated by the fifth generation. And that's perhaps the most wonderful thing about Ferrara's. Since its beginning in 1892, the spirit has changed very little.

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