Better, than your average grocery store, Fiesta Farms has a wide selection of exotic food and produce. I especially love their deli...the meat there is glorious! I always find what I'm looking for and the staff is quite helpful. The only down side is their hours of operation, but I'm willing to move my schedule around to shop there before closing time!
Great place to shop for fresh & organic groceries. The produce in the fall they get is absolutely amazing. They also have a great international foods section and a friendly staff.
At Fiesta Farms you get local farm fresh produce, including a wide variety of organic produce, earth friendly products, antibiotic-free naturally raised grain fed meats, and lovely desserts in addition to everyday pantry staples. They also carry a wide selection of products from overseas. They are fairly priced and very friendly.
"Always-fresh" produce and "exciting new products" (with "a high selection of organic and health food products") are stocked at this "local-focused" Annex market that sells a mix of "high-end and ‘normal' groceries"; despite being "one of the last independent" grocers, it's "able to keep prices reasonably low", and staffers are "willing to drop what they're doing to answer questions"; P.S. it... more
Fiesta Farms is a grocery store on Christie (between Bloor and Dupont) which stocks a wide range of organic produce, cereals, canned goods, meat, poultry and other items.
Though a bit pricy, this is a store with quality goods. There are some things found here that I haven't seen elsewhere.
Like for example $9 cola syrup made with cane sugar. I bought it, and it was terrible. But when my wife brought it back, explaining how it tasted off, instead of a refund or even a store credit, we were simply told it seemed fine.
I'm cheering for independent businesses. But... more
I recently moved into the area and was pleased to find this great place close to me as opposed to a Metro. They have great grocery items, many of which aren't your commercial household brands but more smaller and locally produced. I wasn't crazy about the produce that I saw last time I was there. I was looking for rucola and it didn't look super fresh so I skipped out on the fresh vegetables... more
What's this? An independent grocery store in Toronto that isn't tiny or focused exclusively on specialty foods? Well needless to say upon learning about this I couldn't help but head out and see what was in store (pun intended).
I will say that this place is great for fruit and vegetables, baked goods, meat, and basically anything fresh that expires. We got some great cuts of meat, cheeses,... more