When Lisa Labute, co-owner of The Goods, was still working in advertising, her diet was not great. “I was on the Ad Diet!” Lisa laughs. Her daily food intake consisted of a latte for breakfast, a burrito for lunch, and usually a fancy client dinner in the evening. She prided herself in not being able to cook, and avoided vegetables like the plague. But, surprise surprise, she wasn’t feeling good. One day she found herself reading a book about raw food, which inspired her to try making a green smoothie at home. She braced herself for the first sip - convinced it would taste gruesome - but to her surprise, it was refreshing and delicious! And so began her journey.
Lisa quickly began to feel so good that she wanted to share her experience with everyone she knew. Colleagues were curious, and so she offered to make smoothies and salads for them for a week to see if they noticed a difference as well. It started with just four friends, but soon grew to more than 20 people requesting her salads and smoothies, five days a week. A business had begun!Read the story of The Goods
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Every day there are exciting new specials to choose from at this super trendy salad bar in Toronto’s west end. Loved by Dundas West locals and businesses surrounding it, The Goods offers ton of takeout and catering options, specializing in salad boxes that don’t skimp on flavor. Next time you need a boost, try the vegan, gluten-free, organic, 80% raw Chuck Norris bowl and wash it down with a Carrot Top smoothie.View this Smart List
For vegans in Little Portugal, The Goods is the place for smoothies, salad bowls and soups. The Goods on this menu are not only vegan, but also organic and safe for those who are lactose or nut intolerant. Check their website for daily specials. All delivery orders are brought to you by Good Foot Delivery, a social enterprise that employs people with developmental disabilities. You can feel extra good after lunch knowing that in addition to being socially beneficial, Good Foot also uses public transport to serve in an environmentally sustainable way.View this Smart List
Just check the Instagram accounts of surrounding businesses in the Little Portugal neighbourhood and you’ll be sure to see several selections from the vegan and gluten-free menu of this beloved organic café. Meat-eaters and veggies alike flock to this neighbourhood favourite, who host both quick takeout options and a catering division for a clean-vegan event. The full-blend juices are made from the entirety of the fruits and vegetables used — seeds and all — for an intense dose of fibre that their cold press juice brothers lack.View this Smart List
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