Groceries & Markets in Etobicoke


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  • Green Earth Organics
    According to Green Earth Organics, the term ?certified organic? means ?the food has been grown according to strict uniform standards which are verified by an independent state or private organization.? Therefore, as a delivery service that carries a selection of certified organic products, Green Earth Organics gets its inventory from farms and processing facilities that have been scrupulously inspected and tested. There are many reasons the staff at Green Earth says shoppers should go organic?from better flavour with no chemicals to protecting farm workers and a future generation. They make it easy for consumers to make the switch by supplying organic meats and produce, canned soups, and condiments. They fill small, medium, or large bins with such weekly produce as strawberries, green chard, mangoes, and russet potatoes. They also carry a selection of environmentally friendly products and organic toiletries. Green Earth goes one step further in saving the earth by easing car-exhaust emissions by delivering groceries to the home or turtle shell. The service also reduces the use of plastic bags and saves customers the time spent finding a parking spot and waiting in line at the grocery store.
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    311 Evans Avenue
    Toronto, ON CA
  • Crepe Delicious Etobicoke
    Chefs at Crepe Delicious swirl paper-thin layers of batter onto their piping-hot crepe griddles, perfuming the air with the enticing aroma. Shortly after, the cooks lift away delectable crepes ready to be stuffed with savoury ingredients. The crepes themselves weigh in at only about 130 calories each with just 3.5 grams of fat, but they sate appetites during any meal.
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    25 The West Mall, Food Court
    Etobicoke, ON CA
  • Mr. India Grocers
    Ten years ago, Mr. India Grocers was a just a small, but well-loved grocery store serving the food needs of South Asian expats. But one day, the owners were struck with an idea: why not offer harder-to-find Bollywood movie rentals alongside food items? The idea was an instant success with customers. Soon, people shopping for ingredients for chicken tikka masala or a veggie biryani would also be seen picking up a Bollywood flick or 12 on their way out. The gain in popularity not only caused the store to expand to a larger location, but soon a second, larger outpost was opened on Grand Park Drive. That growth has let Mr. India Grocers better serve the needs of their customers, allowing them to offer a wider selection of Indian goods and more exotic fruits from India. They have also opened a new haveli-style kitchen (a traditional Indian take-out area) at the Grand Park Drive location, where chefs serve up hot cups of masala chai alongside dishes such as lamb curry and buttery wads of naan. Each meal they make is designed to be eaten on the go, subbed in for dinner at home, or kept at one?s bedside to induce passionate food dreams.
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    3950 Grand Park Drive
    Mississauga, ON CA
  • Leslieville Cheese Market West
    Whether crowned with berries or decorated like castles, wedding cakes from Leslieville Cheese Market look just like traditional nuptial desserts. There's just one difference: every cake is made from wheels of cheese. But despite being the most extravagant dish Leslieville's team makes from its stock of local and global cheeses, cakes are upstaged by the eatery's most popular dish. That would be the grilled-cheese sandwich, named one of the best in Toronto by BlogTO. Each sports gourmet fixings ? from aged white cheddar to artichoke hearts ? between slices of house-made rye grilled for exactly six minutes on panini presses. More sandwiches adorn Leslieville's catered platters, as do smoked salmon, cured meats, and plenty of cheeses, including vegetarian-friendly rennet-free brands. To further spread their cheese appreciation, Leslieville's proprietors host private tastings and classes focused on skills such as pairing cheese with beer or anything .
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    541 Queen Street West
    Toronto, ON CA
  • Fresh & Wild
    Inspired by the boutique markets of New York and France, Fresh & Wild's King and Spadina and Bloor West locations buzz with activity as customers browse produce, meat, and artisan goods sourced both locally and from across the globe. Within the King and Spadina store, a high-powered media system plays rock and blues as shoppers lasso tapenades and fresh tomatoes into carts. A modern café echoes Italy as it brews fair-trade coffees, leans slightly askew, and dishes out flaky pastries from local bakeries. The Bloor West location celebrates the bounty of nature by displaying vibrant green plants within indoor and outdoor cases. Each morning at 4 a.m., the grocery's buyer arrives at a food terminal to acquire fresh items and potatoes, which he then uses to fuel his car back home. Additionally, Fresh & Wild employs a catering team that stack gourmet sandwiches and shake up organic salads until they plead for mercy.
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    69 Spadina Ave
    Toronto, ON CA
  • Cheese Emporium
    Named one of the best cheese shops in the city by blogTO, Cheese Emporium curates cheeses from at least a dozen different countries, celebrating the unique cheese-making character and tradition found in each locale. French and Italian cheeses dominate the dairy cases in the shop, whose selection Toronto Life describes as ?defiantly European.? Pungent and creamy Delice de Bourgogne fills a cheese plate alongside one of three Roqueforts, and Italian offerings such as Sardinian goat cheese and buffalo mozzarella mingle with swiss gruyere. More local cheeses stroll over from other provinces and the USA, including a 12-year Quebec white cheddar and a smoky Oregon blue. Toronto Life also describes an ?extensive olive bar? from which customers can harvest a wide variety of googly eyes for the sandwiches at their next business lunch.
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    1788 Avenue Rd.
    Toronto, ON CA

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