Johnson's Produce

459 Marshall ST

Bennettsville, SC 29512

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Phone: (843) 479-4529

City: Bennettsville

Region: Midlands

Johnson's Produce

Tomatoes, collards, sweet potatoes, cabbage, squash, okra and other vegetables available. Open year round.

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