Amazing organic grocery stores in Toronto

Are you looking for Coconut Aminos? Trying to find raw, organic almonds in bulk? Want to buy organic cranberries or grass-fed beef? Look no further than these great stores.

The Healthy Butcher

298 Eglinton Ave W, Toronto, ON M4R 1B2

Located at Avenue Road and Eglinton, The Healthy Butcher kind of flies under the radar, but is worth checking out. Its selection of organic and heritage meats is unbeatable, and it also carries a decent amount of produce, dairy and packaged goods that are certified organic. Try the elk summer sausage!

Whole Foods Market

87 Avenue Rd, Toronto, ON M5R 3R9

Whole Foods has just about everything in natural foods. With its expansive location in Hazelton Lanes, and a new north end store that just opened at Yonge & Sheppard, Whole Foods really does have it all: beautiful produce, an in-house bakery and prepared foods, and aisles of packaged goods, including its own, more affordable brand 365 Everyday Value.

Fiesta Farms Inc

200 Christie St, Toronto, ON M6G 3B6

Fiesta Farms carries a lot of standard grocery store products, but its aim is to stock the things their customers are interested in buying. This includes lots of local produce, organic goods, small label goods and game meats. Once you shop here, you'll likely become a customer for life; their shoppers are known for being fiercely loyal.

Goodness Me

322 Bloor St W, Toronto, ON M5S 1W5

Noah’s is about as ubiquitous as health food stores really get in Toronto. With five locations across the city, you can rest assured that organic, gluten-free products are close at hand! It has a wide selection of supplements, body care and food items at each store.

Ambrosia Natural Foods

55 Doncaster Ave, Thornhill, ON L3T 1L7

Ambrosia Natural Foods is on the outer edge of Toronto, with one location at Yonge & Steeles and another at Highways 400 & 7, but it’s worth the trek. Ambrosia has a no-frills approach in its large emporium-style store, and passes the savings on decor on to the customers. After 35 years in the business, their knowledge and great prices have earned this store a loyal following.

Tutti Frutti

64 Kensington Ave, Toronto, ON M5T 2K1

Those shoppers in the know realize that Tutti Fruitti is the place to go for the best prices. It’s been around for a while, and is known for its extensive bulk department and wide range of tea offerings. It doesn’t offer any fresh produce, but the prices for everything else are often much lower than nearby competition.

The Sweet Potato

108 Vine Ave, Toronto, ON M6P 1V7

Located in The Junction, The Sweet Potato is a terrific neighbourhood organic grocery store that offers quality products in all departments for good prices. It is founded on strong values and you can tell everyone who works there cares about what they’re selling. Try some of the delicious food, prepared in-house, available at the cafe.

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