I am referring to goods as in services and goods provided. I came across this definition (emphasis mine):
A written invitation sent to potential suppliers of a good or service to inform them about the information required for the buyer to choose among them. Issuing a tender document typically begins the tender process by which a business selects qualified and interested suppliers based on such things as their price, availability and proposed delivery terms.
The use of good as a countable noun seems wrong to me. Is good used correctly here, is it a countable noun? Can one provide a good?
EDIT: Google returns 9,790,000 hits for "suppliers of a good". Does that mean I have to accept it as "correct"? Does no one else feel it is wrong?