49-year-old San Francisco grocery store Courtney’s Produce gains legacy business status

There are two types of grocery stores: the large cookie cutter supermarket found in every city and then there’s the local neighborhood gem that’s been around for ages. Courtney’s Produce in San Francisco is one of them and for the last 49 years, the tiny market has offered seasonal produce at the corner of Castro and 14th streets. Last Monday, the longstanding grocery store was presented with the legacy business status by San Francisco’s Office of Small Business that recognized Courtney’s Produce for its physical features and “traditions” that define the business.

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