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Toronto's Delicious New Food Market Is Made Up Of Local Vendors & Small Businesses

You can shop for the essentials & support local vendors.
Toronto's Delicious New Food Market Is Made Up Of Local Vendors & Small Businesses

There's a new spot to do your shopping and support local, too.

Toronto's Stackt Grocery Market is running every weekend in January, and you can find all sorts of tasty food and goodies to-go.

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The market is both indoor and outdoor and offers baked goods, grocery items, meal kits, beverages, and more.

"Right now, small and local businesses are having a hard time maintaining sufficient opportunities to safely engage and sell their goods," Stackt told Narcity in an email.

"The markets will be... in a safe and distanced environment that makes shopping for essentials easy."

The vendors change throughout the weeks, but some include Moose River Preserves, Fidel Gastros, and JoyBird Fried Chicken.

Pre-orders can be made directly through the vendor's Instagram.

Safety protocols such as pre-screening, masks, and reduced capacity are in place.

The market may extend into February as well and is looking for more local vendors and businesses to participate.

Stackt Grocery Market

Price: Free

When: Weekends in January, 12 p.m. - 3 p.m.

Address: 28 Bathurst St., Toronto, ON

Why You Need To Go: Support local and shop for some essentials at this new food market.

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