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Merchants are the heart of the Public Market. Over the coming months, the Development Team will be selecting vendors for the new Market. With over 200 existing and start-up businesses stating interest in Market retail space, the Market is sure to have a wide variety of unique, multi-cultural, local merchants. The following profiles are merchants interested in calling the Public Market home.

Madame Chu Delicasies

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Caracas Empanadas and Arepas

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Little Tibet Madison

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Melly Mell’s Catering

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Off the Block Enterprises

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Wisconsin Mujer & Midwest Mujeres

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QB’s Magnetic Creations

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Abaaso Foods

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Otavalo Art

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Taco Sunrise

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Perfect Imperfections

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Ugly Apple Cafe

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Afreeka Wear

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Lip Service Foods

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Curtis and Cake

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Madre Yerba

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SuperCharge! Foods

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Bahnwhich

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AfriqueCaribe

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TK’s Noodles

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Ember Foods

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La Joe Bla

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El Vaquero Tacos

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Savvy Pet Foods Deli

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Hecho a Mano

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Artesan Fruit

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Tortillas Los Angeles

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Tamaleria el Poblano & El Sabor de Puebla

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It’s exciting to see the progress being made toward opening a public market in Madison–it’s been a long time coming! Not only will we have access to local foods year-round, but the vision and development of this market is truly inclusive and diverse, working with a number of women-owned businesses and entrepreneurs of color, from a diversity of cultural backgrounds. Food is such an important expression of culture and a means for connection–I’m looking forward to celebrating and connecting with our diverse community of inspiring and passionate food entrepreneurs at our public market! - Otehlia Cassidy, Madison Eats Food Tours

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