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A five-time recipient of Michelin’s Bib Gourmand award, C CASA has chosen Emeryville for its initial expansion. C CASA, known for its inventive and fresh interpretation of the traditional taqueria, was among the first purveyors...

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Three divergent businesses are profiled in this month’s E’ville Biz slate of stories including a startup that makes Cannabis Tea, a “cancer vaccine” biotech company and the trailblazing Center for Investigative Reporting. With the passing...

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Four Emeryville companies have grabbed headlines for different reasons over the past month. Grifols USA has been busy renovating their campus that they acquired from Novartis in 2013 as part of a business unit acquisition. The...

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About a year ago, the Public Market made announcements of two new tenants that would be opening food stalls. Both The Periodic Table and Fish Face Poke have recently announced that they will be opening...

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Clif Bar & Company’s Kali’s Kitchen, an employee-run sustainable café at Clif’s Emeryville headquarters, is the first to receive Gold certification in sustainability and nutrition from the United States Healthful Food Council’s (USHFC) non-profit organization...

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In this month’s slate of E’ville-centric stories aggregated from around the interwebz, we spotlight a familiar developer, an innovative research center and probably our most famous tenant. Rick Holliday, best known as the developer behind the...

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The technology news site TechCrunch recently profiled a list of East Bay cities that are attracting a disproportionate amount of venture capital funding. While it’s no surprise that Bay Area cities are high on this...

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This month’s digest of Emeryville business articles features a range of companies including SurveyMonkey, Imperfect Produce, Novartis and Clif Bar. Emeryville’s Imperfect Produce is partnering with Salt & Straw in combatting food waste. Imperfect will...

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Barbary Ghost boat Captain Drew Testwuide shares his love of the water, paddle boarding and his “First Mate” Niko through his boating charter business. Drew recently added a social paddle with dogs Stand Up Paddle Boarding (SUP) event on Saturday mornings....

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Have you ever wondered what’s behind the doors of the colorful building at 6400 Hollis Street AKA “Jellybean Square” (so nicknamed as it was once a facility used by the Herman Goelitz Candy Company who became the Jelly Belly...

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This month’s edition of E’ville Biz features two growing biotech companies, and one decidedly low-tech company. Vanity Fair profiles Zymergen, who have succeeded in establishing gender diversity in a sector where larger players like Google and Facebook...

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One Medical opened their new Emeryville office to the public today. The primary care provider that was founded in San Francisco in 2007 has expanded rapidly with offices in neighboring Oakland and Berkeley. “With the new...

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After revealing their expansion plans into Emeryville just last month, Mr. Dewie’s Cashew Creamery announced the grand opening of their Public Market stall on Saturday through Twitter. “So it is now official! Mr. Dewie’s ‘West’, in the...

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The East Bay EDA (Economic Development Alliance) held its annual Innovation Awards last Thursday March 9th at Oakland’s Fox Theater. Bringing home the award for most Innovative Food category was Emeryville-based Ripple Foods who edged out...

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Stanford Health Care held a ribbon-cutting ceremony on March 2nd to officially announce the opening of their new Emeryville outpatient facility. Stanford signed a lease at the Wareham-owned EmeryStation Greenway building about two years ago. Their presence is expected to...

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Actual Cafe & Victory Burger owner Sal Bednarz made the final decision to close his neighborhood establishments back in December sending a ripple of sadness across the North Oakland and Emeryville communities. Sal may have given up...

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A couple comings and goings at the Emeryville Bay Street Shopping Center in the last month. Pasta Pomodoro and Aaron Brothers both abruptly closed in the wake of the holiday shopping season. Store openings include a MAC...

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A sad day for North Oakland and the surrounding area as Actual Cafe announced its closure after seven years in business. “You are the reason that we were able to do what we’ve done in the last...

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Emeryville-headquartered Peet’s Coffee & Tea announced it will be expanding East by opening a roastery in Suffolk, Virginia. The Emeryville location was once home to Peet’s roastery but moved manufacturing to Alameda in 2007. Aspiring developers...

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In a letter addressed to clients and partners on their website, TubeMogul CEO Brett Wilson announced their acquisition by massive computer software company, Adobe Systems, who are based in San Jose. “I’m thrilled to share...

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After launching less than two months ago, Banh Mi Joint owner Tee Tran has already made significant changes to his Emeryville restaurant. After observing his customers’ dining habits, he scraped counter-service in favor of table...

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Rudy’s Can’t Fail Cafe announced on Friday that it will temporarily suspend dinner and late night service at both its Emeryville and Oakland locations. The announcement, published on their website, touched off some concerns amid swirling rumors...

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Former SF Chronicle columnist Chip Johnson once famously referred to Emeryville as “the Little City that could” in this 1999 piece, acknowledging the business boom at the time that included the East Bay Bridge Mall and IKEA....

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Two more Emeryville small business owners have announced their departure from our city and a third is in limbo. The popular Farley’s Cafe on 65th is the latest on a growing list of establishments to announce its...

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