One good thing to come out of this year has been the collective shift towards more local options, especially when it comes to our food. Between all of the changing restrictions, it might seem difficult to find quality groceries, but it doesn’t have to be. With eight locations across the city and delivery available seven days a week, Fresh City is your one-stop-shop for meticulously-sourced, sustainable and organic groceries.
Supporting local farmers, makers and suppliers is all part of Fresh City’s mandate. Their team spends countless hours tasting, testing and selecting products, so you can rest assured that you’re not just getting any local food items, but the best our region has to offer.
In addition to grocery items, Fresh City also carries ready-to-heat and ready-to-eat meals for those lazy weeknights when you still want to enjoy quality cooking.
At Fresh City, you’ll find everything you need to stock up your kitchen this holiday season with local, organic and sustainable groceries (including a meticulously curated selection of local beer and Ontario VQA wine!).
Fresh City ingredients
Use these ingredients from Fresh City in your favourite recipes.
Mabel’s Peach Jam
Mabel’s only uses the highest quality ingredients to make their home-style baked goods, prepared foods and preserves. Try this peach jam, made with fresh Niagara peaches.
Mabel’s Raspberry Jam
Made with organic raspberries, this jam is another tasty treat from Mabel’s that works well as a spread, or for sweetening up your favourite baking recipes, like these sugar cookies.
To reduce waste and minimize the use of plastic, Fresh City packages a number of products in glass jars, like this spelt flour. After you’ve used it up, return the jar to the store to be sanitized and reused.
Coconut Palm sugar
Made from the sap of the coconut palm tree, this low glycemic sweetener is surprisingly rich in nutrients. Use it as a replacement for white, brown or refined sugar in your favourite recipes.
To learn more about Fresh City and to shop online, visit freshcityfarms.com