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Local Food Delivery Service


I live in the West End of Toronto and don't have access to a year-round and reliable farmers market. I am forced to go to Loblaws or Sobeys. Wouldn't it be great if the farmers delivered to your home? Do they already have this service? How can one get local farm-fresh food if not in downtown Toronto?
Post Reply By Deborah in MISSISSAUGA on 6/21/2009 9:23:42 PM

I heard of a place called 100km Foods. They apparently support local restaurants with farmer produce and goods but not sure if they deliver to home. Their Web address is: but I am not sure if they would deliver to your home. Does not hurt to ask I guess!
Post Reply By Sarah in TORONTO on 6/23/2009 1:59:44 PM

Hi. I am Paul, the co=owner/operator of 100km Foods Inc. We do have a direct to consumer weekly produce box sourced from a variety of local farms and may or may not include some meat or cheese depending in your preference. We currently have a pick up location at Culinarium which is in north Toronto but we may be able to accommodate you if you are able to recruit some other interest to make a delivery more economically viable. Please look at our website at and look at the Ontario Artisan Program and see if you are interested. Fees would be prorated based on your start date. Feel free to call us if you have any questions. Our contact info is on our website.


Post Reply By Paul in TORONTO on 6/23/2009 8:49:41 PM

Try looking for a Community Shared Agriculture (CSA) farm in our area. Plan B is a CSA that has been around since 1997. Their farm has a website.
Post Reply By Heather in BURLINGTON on 9/21/2009 1:48:12 AM

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