What You'll Get
It's incredible that we can just pick up a phone and call a grocery that delivers or a man who will tell us exactly how many hours are left until the sun comes back. Live in the now with this Groupon.
$30 for $50 Worth of Grocery Delivery from St. Lawrence Market
Groceries available at the St. Lawrence Market range from plum tomatoes from Phil’s Place ($.99/lb.) to ciabatta baguettes from Carousel Bakery ($2.89). Locally made Albert's Leap brie cheese from Scheffler’s Delicatessen & Cheese ($2.99/100 g) adds a touch of class to a meal, as does bacon-wrapped filet mignon ($6/6 oz. steak) from Di Liso’s Fine Meats. Delivery is available Monday–Friday; for more information, see the delivery FAQs.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Oct 16, 2013. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per household, may buy two additional as gifts. Online redemption required. $40 minimum order required. Not valid for pickup. May be used towards standard $10 shipping charge. Must use promotional value in 1 order. Valid only for first time Fooddel voucher purchasers. Valid only in Toronto within select areas. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
A visit to Toronto’s St. Lawrence Market, a popular haunt for elite chefs and amateur foodies that was named No. 1 on the list of the world’s top 10 markets by National Geographic, typically requires leaving your house. However, online grocer Fooddel launched the gourmet market into cyberspace when it started up two years ago; the site offers free deliveries throughout Toronto, guaranteed fresh by multitemperature refrigeration and a 100 per cent satisfaction guarantee. The site unites more than 28 marketplace merchants in its easily navigable store, such as Di Liso’s Fine Meats, Carousel Bakery, Harbourfront Organics, and Seafront Fish Market. After composing orders of organic produce, locally made artisanal cheeses, and charcuterie meats, customers can check out at one central register rather than by giving each merchant a scrap of a $20 bill.