Leading US online grocer Webvan has bowed out of the Sacramento market less than a year after its entry in a last ditch attempt to turn a profit in the key San Francisco Bay area. Making a profit in at least one of its key markets is critical if Webvan is to secure vital funding. The move follows news the company is likely to be delisted from NASDAQ after its stock fell below the $1 minimum price requirement for listing. Many observers feel the writing is now on the wall for Webvan after the departure of chief executive George Shaheen and the damning report from auditors last month, predicting Webvan would be lucky to survive the year. {{NEWS }}