THE MERCANTILE EXCHANGE
Visit our grocery store packed with local and specialty products and discover why we’re such a trusted source for high-quality meats, produce and more. By choosing The Mercantile Exchange, you know you’re choosing the absolute best for you and your family. We started The Mercantile Exchange in 2020 after realizing it wasn’t always easy to source the highest-quality fresh, local and wholesome food in the Triad area of North Carolina.
We’ve worked hard to build strong relationships with our incredible vendors, which helps us to keep our costs down, and we do all we can to pass those savings on to you. Come and explore our locally sourced products and discover the true meaning of delicious AND healthy.
While you're here, visit our vendor marketplace for treasures and vintage items.
BOAR AND CASTLE
GOAT LADY CHEESE
THE PORCH (RESTAURANT IN WINSTON-SALEM)
OLD MILL OF GUILFORD
ASHE COUNTY CHEESE
THE GRANDPA COMPANY SOAP
LIBERTY KETTLE CORN
VENDOR RENTAL SPACES AVAILABLE NOW!
We have only a couple of spaces left available for immediate occupancy. The holiday shopping seasons is here, so reserve your space now. Prices starting at $10 per month. Go in with friends to rent together on any of our spaces. Email us for more information today at email@example.com
Pick Up your Avon Order at the Mercantile Exchange
The Mercantile Exchange is now offering is free pickup of your Avon orders from our local representative Jamie Caputo. Now that the time is changed and the holidays are here, you can use a little less stress. Order from Jamie and if you would like, she can drop your order off at the store where you can pick it up at your convenience. Her phone number is 336-315-5495 or email her at firstname.lastname@example.org. New Avon books good until 11/22 are now at the Mercantile Exchange, 4744 Pleasant Garden Rd., Pleasant Garden, NC www.shopmercex.com “We’ve Got the Good Local Stuff”
Sit-Ins, Drive-Ins and Uncle Sam Book Signed copies available at the Mercantile Exchange
Cruise back in time with Sit-Ins, Drive-Ins and Uncle Sam. This book has great stories and photos about living in the Greensboro area in the 1960s and 1970s, experiencing the civil rights movement, the Vietnam draft, the cultural revolution of that era, and local pop culture, including hanging out at the Boar and Castle Drive-In. A great holiday gift, the book can be included in our gift boxes with Boar and Castle sauce, made locally in Greensboro. Pick up your copy of the book, signed by the author Bill Slawter, at the Mercantile Exchange, 4744 Pleasant Garden Road, Pleasant Garden www.shopmercex.com“We’ve Got the Good Local Stuff”
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4744 Pleasant Garden Rd.
Pleasant Garden, NC 27313