Your Insatiable Hunger For Croissants Broke Toronto's New Bakery On Day One

Over 3,000 orders came flooding in as soon as it opened!
Toronto Senior Staff Writer
Your Insatiable Hunger For Croissants Broke Toronto's New Bakery On Day One

It looks like the 6ix has a new food obsession, and its actually doing some damage.

Toronto's Hazukido croissant shop received so many online orders during its Grand Opening on November 11, 2020, that the app completely crashed.

According to a post on the shop's Instagram account, over 3,000 orders came flooding in when it opened at 10 a.m.

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Orders are now only available instore, and the app is closed for the time being.

Despite this setback, the premium croissanterie expressed words of gratitude on Instagram for the overwhelming support on opening day.

"From the bottom of our hearts we could not express how thankful we are to have such a massive turn out for our 1st Grand Opening day!"

Toronto is the first place in North America to get a Hazukido location.

With over 100 unique croissant flavours to choose from, its no surprise that people were eager to place orders.

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