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Arz Fine Foods and Bakery's pita bread and baklava are legendary. Also meet the exquisite house-made labneh (a pressed yogurt laced with garlic and mint), stuffed grape leaves zinging with lemon, and pretty French pastries. The jumbo pistachios alone merit a visit. All manner of other Middle Eastern specialities line the shelves, from peerless Lebanese coffee to Middle Eastern cheeses, dried and fresh sausages, fresh meats (Butcher), tzatziki, falafel, and the best frozen beef and chicken kebabs, ready to grill.
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iLevel Management Inc. was established in May 2013 at Toronto by Jimmy Vaid. We believe in three core values-innovate, integrate and invigorate. We discover and deliver high quality natural and organic products to the right market from manufacturer to consumers. We believe in providing meaningful products that gives positive impact on consumers and retailers.
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Merchants' Flea Market has been trading since 1988 and provides an interesting alternative to mall shopping, while still providing all the products. Everything from clothing to toys, electronics to crafts, food to collectibles can be found here.
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Thousands of bargains and products can be found at this impressively large indoor flea market. Also featuring a farmers' market, the entire facility houses over 400 vendors. There are free hourly giveaways, free admission and free parking.
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The St. Lawrence Market operates out of three buildings that regularly house four main functions, as well as occasional use. The main and lower levels of the South Market, housed in Toronto's first City Hall, contains 50 vendors offering fresh fruit, vegetables, breads, cheeses and unique clothing and other items for sale. The second level houses the Market Gallery - the exhibition centre for the City of Toronto archives. The North Market is known for its Saturday Farmers Market offering seasonal produce. On Sundays the North Market is filled with antiques. The St. Lawrence Hall is available for flea markets and other events.
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Discover the Magic of The WychCraft Market: Unique creations hammered and hemmed until the wee hours, baked goods browned with care, small works of art packed with big talent. These are the vendors found at the WychCraft Outdoor Market. Real people with passion for their products. Add a conversation and a coffee, a little live music, and that's one enchanting afternoon.
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Gear For Tech offers high tech accessories, including PDAs, MP3 players and GPS units.
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At Queen Supermarket in Toronto, ON, every step we plan is made keeping the interests of the customers in our thought process! Come to us for Indian spices, groceries, Western Union services. Phone: 416-534-0077
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Over 200 vendors converge every weekend at this expansive indoor market to sell their wares, which range from vintage treasures to electronics. An outdoor produce market also operates on-site during the spring, summer and fall seasons.
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The Kensington Market is European-style market located in the neighbourhood of Kensington. Offering a multicultural atmosphere, visitors will find a range of goods and services as well as street musicians, homemade food, cheeses, fresh fruits, vegetable and fish, and the best collection of vintage clothing stores in Toronto, to name a few. Crates of chickens and rabbits are also for sale. The market is open year-round. Restaurants are scattered throughout.
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This market is open all year round and offers mostly local and organic vegetables, fruits, baked goods, grains, fair trade coffee, chocolate and more.
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This 7000 sq ft urban market garden can be found on the grounds of Centre for Addiction and Mental Health (CAMH). From July to October, this market is open twice a week and offers certified organic produce.
BulletWinter Farmers' Market
This indoor farmers market is open from about mid-October to mid-May and offers organically-grown products such as fruits, vegetables, herbs, and breads.
BulletHigh Park Organic Market
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This market can be found in the middle of High Park and features an array of fruits and vegetables. Open on Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays.
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