You can now get delivery from Toronto's St. Lawrence Market

Feb 4 2021, 4:22 pm

Delivery is finally coming to the St. Lawrence Market.

The historic downtown Market has partnered with grocery delivery service Inabuggy to allow Torontonians to shop at more than 25 of its vendors from the comfort of home.

The fresh fruits, vegetables, meats, and baked goods that the Market is famous for can be at your doorstep in as little as an hour, Inabuggy said.

“We’ve partnered with St. Lawrence Market to give Torontonians convenient and reliable access to all the quality offerings from this world-renowned market, at home,” said Julian Gleizer, CEO and Founder of Inabuggy.

“We are inspired by the passion that each St. Lawrence Market vendor has for food and their craft.”

The partnership allows consumers to support small, family-owned, and independent businesses while enabling the Market to meet its customer’s shifting purchasing habits.

In a release, the City of Toronto noted that the St. Lawrence Market is “eager” to offer the service.

“As we remind Toronto residents to stay home as much as possible during the ongoing pandemic it’s great to hear about this new option for people to get the food that they need and continue to support the small businesses of St. Lawrence Market,” said Mayor John Tory.

Delivery from the Market’s merchants will be available from 9 am to 5 pm Tuesday to Friday, and 9 am to 4 pm on Saturday’s.

Each order can include items from up to 10 different vendors, and there’s no minimum order size.

A fee of $19.99, which covers picking, packing, and delivery, is included for the first five merchants. Each additional vendor comes with a fee of $2.99.

Customers throughout downtown Toronto can order via Inabuggy’s website or mobile app.

“We are very excited to be working with Inabuggy to deliver St. Lawrence Market products to the homes of our customers,” said Samantha Wiles, a marketing, communications and events supervisor at St. Lawrence Market.

“This partnership not only allows the market to better service Toronto residents but will also help support the small business owners of the Market.”

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