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Organic Grocery Stores in the GTA

I’ve compiled a list of stores that sell organic produce and products within the GTA – it is by no means a complete list of all the stores or options available but it is a good place to start.  Organic foods are generally more expensive, however, as with anything else, you can find deals and the store that best fits your budget.

Nature’s Emporium 

Established in 1993, the Natures Emporium is a family run business that sells only organic and natural foods from local farmers to big brands. They have three locations in the GTA.


8401 Weston Rd.,   Woodbridge 16655 Yonge St., Newmarket 
 2535 Major Mackenzie Dr. W,         Maple/Vaughan  2180 Itabashi Way, Burlington


Blossom Pure 

Established in 2002, by Fahim Alwan, Blossom Pure is a small grocery store located in Etobicoke. Alwan is dedicated to sourcing from Ontario farmers who use organic and sustainable practices. In addition to being organic, all meats are Halal certified. They also carry some Kosher food products.

Location:100 The East Mall, #15, Etobicoke

The Big Carrot

A worker owned cooperative, established in 1983 sells organic, non-GMO, and fair trade.


Danforth Community Market
348 Danforth Avenue
Toronto, ON 
Beach Community Market
125 Southwood Drive
Toronto, ON 

Organic Garage

Organic Garage’s tagline is, “We sell for less”. The vision of the family is to sell healthy organic options for lower prices than the customary high sales tags.


 43 Junction Rd.
Toronto, ON  
8020 Bathurst St #1,
Thornhill, ON  
579 Kerr St.
Oakville, ON  

Fresh City Farms

They source from local farmers as well they have a farm in Downsview Park on two acres. In the warmer temperatures up to 70% of their goods are farmed in Canada.  They boast a wide variety of gluten free, vegan products. You have the option of shopping at the store or online for delivery.


111 Ossington Avenue
Toronto, ON  
476 Roncesvalles Avenue
Toronto, ON


Tianos Organics

375 Kingston Rd. (12.40 mi)
Pickering, Ontario

Whole Foods

This is probably the most commercially recognized and well-known organic store; they are also one of the more pricey options. There are six locations in the GTA.


Leaside : 1860 Bayview Ave.
Toronto, ON  
301 Cornwall Rd.
Oakville, ON    
155 Square One Dr.
Mississauga, ON    
3997 Highway 7, Markham, ON    
87 Avenue Rd.
Toronto, ON    
Yonge & Sheppard
4771 Yonge Street
Toronto, ON    

Online Shopping/Home Delivery

Butcher Box

Choice Farms sources local farmers to provide various meats of your choice that are chemical free, naturally raised, AAA beef and pork. As well as poultry that is grain-fed and raised without steroids or hormones along with wild BC seafood.

You can order your box online, they have various subscription sizes ranging from a one person household to 5 or more. $138 –

Shipping is free. Click:

Mama Earth Organics 

Local organic fruits and vegetables are gathered each week and because they sell the freshest available produce, each week the options are different. The price of baskets range from $40 – $100

Order online and have your basket delivered to your door.                                  Click: Mama Earth Organics

Mainstream Grocery Chains

With the demand for organic produce growing, mainstream grocery stores are also carrying organic products. The selections are limited when compared to the grocery stores who fully stock organic products and produce but they are also good options. 

Loblaws Real Canadian Superstore
No Frills (limited selection)
Freshco (limited selection)
Food Basics (limited selection)  

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