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Grand Home Furnishings to Continue Carrying Paula Deen Line

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The racial-slur controversy surrounding Paula Deen has led to a slew of companies chopping off their relationship with the celebrity chef.

And that has many wondering - where can you still snag her products?

Grand Home Furnishings, including the Albemarle County location, is keeping the Paula Deen line - at least for the time being. The store manager says its corporate office has heard from plenty of people wanting to know if they are still selling the products.

"We've had a lot of calls to our stores and our corporate headquarters. There's a lot of people saying that they are happy with keeping it on the floor until we find out exactly what happened and how things will be," said Gary Siron, store manager.

Siron says both Grand Home Furnishings stores in Albemarle and Waynesboro will stay stocked up on the products for the time being.

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