sit down. we deliver.

All orders have a $10 refundable deposit for reusable bag + ice pack.

Free Toronto next day home delivery Monday-Saturday (Closed on Sundays) on orders over $50. Minimum order is $25 (orders between $25 and $50 have a $4.99 delivery fee). Same day pick up and in store shopping is also available 6 days a week between 9am-2pm.

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  • Vendor:
    Mossoró, Brazil

    "Dino" Melon

    Regular price $8.45
    Regular price Sale price $8.45
    "Dino" Melon
  • Vendor:
    Mossoró, Brazil

    Yellow Honeydew

    Regular price $6.00
    Regular price Sale price $6.00
    Yellow Honeydew
  • Vendor:
    Mossoró, Brazil

    Santa Claus Melon

    Regular price $6.00
    Regular price Sale price $6.00
    Santa Claus Melon
  • Vendor:
    Uruapan, Mexico

    Papaya; Organic

    Regular price $4.95
    Regular price $5.95 Sale price $4.95
    Papaya; Organic
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  • Vendor:
    Muddy Crops

    Guacamole

    Regular price $7.50
    Regular price Sale price $7.50
    Guacamole
  • Vendor:
    Muddy Crops

    Beet Borscht; Organic

    Regular price $9.99
    Regular price Sale price $9.99
    Beet Borscht; Organic
  • Vendor:
    Muddy Crops

    Snowpiercer Kimchi

    Regular price From $10.99
    Regular price Sale price From $10.99
    Snowpiercer Kimchi
  • Vendor:
    Muddy Crops

    Pizza Dough, Rye & Spelt; Organic

    Regular price $4.99
    Regular price Sale price $4.99
    Pizza Dough, Rye & Spelt; Organic
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Hard to Find Fruit is Hard to Find.

We are nested inside 100 Symes Road. First: do you see Shacklands Brewery? If so, you're in the right place! Go right into the parking lot. Second: Do you see Rainhard Brewery? If so, you're almost there. Third: Do you see "Shipping Door No. 2"? Enter through that this door until the smell of the meat packing district is faded by the smell of fresh fruit.

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Farm Shop

100 Symes Road, Unit #112
Toronto, Canada

Winter Hours

Mon-Sat 9am - 2pm

*CLOSED SUNDAYS*

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The gift of fresh fruits and vegetables should be left to a gift card and never a strangely warm fruit basket wrapped in cellophane and filled with ambiguous melons.

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