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Great Expectations

Spotlight: Chef John Higgins   The George Brown College culinary program has been around for almost 40 years. Based in Toronto, its famous Chef School is one of the most notable in North America and is the largest facility of its kind in Canada. It’s no surprise then...

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Garden Gangsters

Customer Spotlight  Walking into Garden Gangsters is a treat before you even get to try what they have to offer. The rich colours of the freshly pressed juices and finely chopped produce against the deep green and gold of the decor give a feeling of elegance...

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Mighty Microgreens

Microgreens have been gaining attention and popularity recently as a culinary trend that just keeps picking up speed. What are microgreens? They are the seedlings and sprouts of vegetables and herbs, used mainly as a garnish or an addition to a salad but the options are endless....

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Grinning Face will make you smile

For a tasty new take on gelato, visit the ladies at Grinning Face in Toronto’s popular Cabbagetown neighbourhood. Instead of cow’s milk, proprietors Keo Williamson and Julie Phokeo use milk from the finest coconuts going. With a medieval-looking steel press, they crush the shells and...

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About Us

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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