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Tuesday, July 27, 2010

331 Cortland Marketplace Produce Vendor Pulls Out

Posted By on Tue, Jul 27, 2010 at 12:23 PM

Susan D'Arcangelo's Della Terra Organics is gone from 331 Cortland after only three months. - GENEVIEVE Y./YELP
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  • Susan D'Arcangelo's Della Terra Organics is gone from 331 Cortland after only three months.
Produce retailer Della Terra Organics has pulled out of the 331 Cortland Marketplace after only three months. Calls to Della Terra's Susan D'Arcangelo as well as 331 owner Debra Resnik were not returned. In an interview last year, D'Arcangelo told SFoodie editor John Birdsall that Della Terra Organics would be her first venture as a greengrocer, though she had other entrepreneurship experience, including designing jewelry, cooking, and painting houses.

The search for a new vendor is on.

ICHI Lucky Cat Deli's Erin Archuleta ― the market's spokeswoman ― described the ideal replacement tenant in an e-mail blast: "We need someone to join our little family here offering prepackaged goodies for the neighborhood.

This vendor would need to complement, not compete with the other offerings in the building. As a group, some possible vendor ideas that excite us are: a local bread baker or a local cheese maker. We are not limited to any ideas, and know that with the richness of the food scene here in SF, there are probably a million great ideas and people we just haven't thought of or connected with yet."

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