In the midst of this pandemic, Toronto needs all the grocery delivery services it can get in order to feed its countless residents who are in self-isolation.
To add to the corral of helpers, Food to You is offering a way for you to get exactly the groceries you’d buy if you were shopping for yourself, within 24 hours of ordering.
Delivering across the GTA, the service boasts “no delivery fee” and “no markups,” though the 15% food handling fee should be noted.
To order, all you need to do is visit the service’s website and click Place an Order. On that page, you can enter your delivery address, and a detailed shopping list like the one below:
You can go so far as to request specific brands and quantities of items, and you can opt-in to “substitutes” in case your preferred type of product is out of stock.
The team behind Food to You currently sources groceries from Loblaws, Sobeys, Metro, and Longo’s, and they stop at PetSmart too.
And on top of the convenience, the people behind Food to You promise that they are wearing gloves and masks on delivery runs, and vehicles are constantly sanitized, too.
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“Citizens are being encouraged to stay in their homes, and rightfully so. To flatten the curve and mitigate the spread of the virus as much as possible, continue to practice social distancing and let our team source your groceries for you and family,” reads the website.
“Rest assured, you’re in good hands with us.”