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1803

A wooden structure is erected to house the farmers’ market, fronting on to King Street, the north end of the Market Block. This area later becomes known as St. Lawrence Market, Toronto’s base for the wholesale and retail distribution of goods. Photo courtesy of Toronto Public Library

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We are the wholesaler tenants of the Ontario Food Terminal. The source for your fresh produce, flowers and select bulk foods. We are the link between farmers, near and far, and the independent green grocers and restaurants that you love. High-quality, organic, local, and exotic—these are our stock-in-trade. This is why we are proud to say—We grow the city.

 

 

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