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The fancy food market on the ground level of Twitter's headquarters on Market Street officially opened to the public today. Simply named The Market (but often referred to as The Twitter Market), the space plays host to a high-end grocery store, various food purveyors and restaurants, a Farmgirl Flowers outpost, and a retail store for EO Products.
EO Exchange —the brand's term for its stores within stores— is a homecoming of sorts for the natural beauty and body care brand that first began in a Potrero Hill garage in 1995. EO Products has since gone on to mega distribution deals with the likes of Whole Foods, Safeway, Target, and others, and has moved to an industrial facility in San Rafael.
EO Products' newest retail location in the city has a refill bar to reduce plastic consumption and boost sustainability, which allows the brand to further its eco-conscious agenda. It also gives the visitor to the Market a non-perishable experience. Head over to check out the new space right now—and don't forget to take your empty EO bottles.
· EO Products expands sales, retail vision [The North Bay Business Journal]
· Inside the Fancy Food Market Now Open in the Twitter Building [Curbed SF]