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The Top 10 organic food delivery options in Toronto

Posted by Robyn Urback / May 3, 2011

Organic Food Delivery TorontoOrganic food delivery in Toronto is a perfect marriage of two great loves--good food, and not having to get up to do chores. Many organic food delivery services allow you to do your produce shopping (and sometimes other grocery shopping) from your computer, and have your box of organic goodies dropped off to your door a week later. An added element of excitement, as least in my opinion, is never knowing what will end up in your box (unless, of course, you peek online beforehand) and suddenly having to come up with a recipe using Hawaiian Ginger. Great fun?! Anyway, here are some options for organic food delivery in Toronto

Green Earth Organics
Green Earth Organics allows you pick from three different sizes of bins composed of 100% certified organic fruits, vegetables, and other grocery products. You can also opt to create your own bin, which will arrive weekly or bi-weekly depending on your preference. Green Earth Organics, along with several other organic delivery services, allows you to indicate certain items you never want to receive (watch out, broccoli) and makes sure that item is never in your bin. Bins range in price from $27 to $60.

Mama Earth Organics
Mama Earth Organics lets you trace exactly where the products in your basket come from. Got some organic grapes this week? Check out its website and you'll see they came from Feast of Fields Organic Vineyard in Jordan, Ontario. Most baskets include certified organic fruits and vegetables, though you can opt to toss in other items such as coffee or eggs. Baskets range from $27.50 to $55, and for an extra $2, can be totally customized. Like Green Earth Organics, Mama Earth allows you to add items to your "Never Send" list.

Front Door Organics
Front Door Organics signature box is its Fresh Box, which is $37 for a basic box or customized for $42. It is filled with organic certified produce, some of the 500 available through Front Door Organics. You can also opt to receive Front Door's Go Ontario! Fresh Box, available during the local growing season from June to October, with local fresh Ontario produce. Front Door Organics has a wide selection of gluten-free products as well, easily sorted through on its website.

Plan B Organic Farms
Plan B Organic Farms runs a Community Shared Agriculture (CSA) system whereby customers purchase "shares" of the harvest from a local farm. You pay at the beginning of the growing seasons and receive your box every week throughout the 18-week harvest season. Plan B sources organic produce from 12 farms in Southern Ontario, and send you fruits and vegetables in the form of three share sizes. The Regular Spring Share is $35 per box, the Household is $50, and the Single is $35.

Wanigan not only delivers organic produce to your door, but also operates a fresh market store in Brampton. Much of Wanigan's produce is seasonal, available in one of eight predetermined boxes (you get two free substitutions which each box). To name a few, the Regular Wanigan is $44, and the Local Harvest is $25. Its website includes value information on how to store each item in your box, its nutritional information, origin, and cooking tips. It should be noted, however, especially for those in the downtown core, Wanigan does not deliver to buildings over three stories.

Fuller Avenue
Fuller Avenue is the local Good Food Box program in Parkdale. It is a seasonal program, operating from July to October, with a new box available each week at either 1552 Queen St West or delivered to your door. There are a variety of boxes available, including the Large Organic Food Box ($34) with a variety of mostly local fruits and vegetables, as well as several non-organic food boxes available. A popular choice in that respect is the Wellness Box ($13), which is full of fruits and vegetables that have been cut up and measured.

Zephyr Organics
Zephyr Organics, like Plan B, operates a farm share program. Its land, located 100 kilometers from Toronto and spanning 80 acres, grows a range of certified organic fruits and vegetables that you can pick up or have delivered to your door. The program runs for 20 weeks from June to October, and you can opt for a half share ($500 for 20 boxes) or whole share ($800 for 20 boxes). Zephyr's website includes a growing season chart so you'll known exactly when to start planning that rhubarb pie.

Urban Organics
Urban Organics is a downtown focused organic delivery service, serving Toronto south of Eglinton between High Park and Riverdale. Its signature box is its $25 Urban Box, filled with organic fruits and vegetables. You can also customize your Urban Box, tossing in extras such as olive oil or raisins.

Wheelbarrow Farm
Wheelbarrow Farm operates a CSA, using the organic produce (and heritage breeds of pigs) grown on its 10 acres of land about an hour northeast of Toronto. Its baskets arrive at drop-off locations every other Thursday from the beginning of June to the end of October. Each box ($350 for the season) contains about eight seasonal items, including vegetables such as cabbage, kale, carrots, garlic, and beets. You can also throw in some fresh pork, should you so desire, starting at $6 per pound if ordering half a pig.

LoveGan lets you customize each of your boxes, choosing from its selection of produce, dairy, frozen meats, and other grocery items. Its fresh organic produce comes from a familiar name: Zephyr Farm. Your box will arrive each Wednesday straight to your door. Cost depends in the item in your box, though orders less than $70 are subject to a $7 delivery charge.


Good Food Box/Foodshare
The Good Food Box program is the umbrella network for organic food delivery programs in Toronto (see Fuller, above) as well as other cities throughout Canada. Orders are generally taken from and delivered to community hubs such as daycares or churches ever week, two weeks, or month. You can order a large organic box ($34), a small organic box ($24), or a variety of other non-organic boxes. Check out its website to see the program in your neighbourhood.

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Jmy / May 3, 2011 at 11:11 am
We use Mama Earth, and have used Front Door Organics in the past. I am a HUGE fan of Mama Earth. the $37 fully customizable bin is tremendous value. Front Door has better add-ons, but I like the overall ME experience slightly better.
Ryan L. / May 3, 2011 at 11:31 am
When compared to the option of walking to a local farmers market for groceries, it seems counterproductive to ship individual crates of groceries door-to-door.
mat / May 3, 2011 at 12:27 pm
We use both Mama Earth and Wanigan, primarily in the winter months. With a new baby and no car it was a godsend this past long winter. Both are fantastic but Wanigan delivers for free when order are above $25 and you can complete customize everything. Mama Earth, to customize you need to pay a fee unless you order the $45 box.
Katie / May 3, 2011 at 12:54 pm
I would consider signing up for one when my farmer's market isn't open.
however, I don't live in "the core" and i have yet to find any of the services that do deliveries north of Eglinton. Rexdale and Weston service please! and I can't do your pick up, i'm on the bus.
JS / May 3, 2011 at 01:11 pm
I've currently using Mama Earth Organics and absolutely love their service. The customizable baskets plus many other typical organic grocery items can all be added/swapped and changed online. Their website is very easy to use and I have until the night before to customize my delivery, although it depends on where you live for this added advantage. They have a referral program too, if you refer someone they give you a credit aka free organic groceries. Neat.
JS / May 3, 2011 at 01:12 pm
GW / May 3, 2011 at 02:12 pm
Max / May 3, 2011 at 03:46 pm
I'm looking forward to moving into the zones where I can use some of these services. For more prepared foods check out Provenance Regional Cuisine. Like GroceryGateway went local and made everything themselves!
Jen / May 3, 2011 at 11:46 pm
We've used Mama Earth and Wannigan. We really like Mama Earth. Wanigan was good also, but overall, we found the produce to be a bit fresher and a bit better value with mama Earth.
bazlur / May 4, 2011 at 03:45 pm
Do any of these services deliver to apartments?
Tonia K / May 6, 2011 at 09:42 am
And some of these companies donate their excess food to Second Harvest (or our partner agencies). Plan B, Mama Earth, Green Earth and Front Door Organics all choose to donate their surplus fruit & veggies instead of throwing them out. Something else to consider when selecting an organic delivery supplier.

Tonia Krauser
Second Harvest
James / September 5, 2011 at 03:57 pm
I've tried all and Green Earth Organic is the best, was not impressed with Mama Earth service or products quality.
Christine / November 23, 2011 at 07:27 pm
I've been using Green Grocer Organics and find that the quality, quantity/price and amazing service I get is way beyond my expectations. Single mom, sole-support parent...affordability and quality both must be there for me and after trying many others - Green Grocer has nailed it for me.
Ralph / November 24, 2011 at 05:04 am
St Lawrence Market has home delivery now too ( I've been using them for a few months now and it's been great. They have a lot of organic products from the merchants in the market. Great selection you simply can't find at the loblaws etc...
Melanie / December 29, 2011 at 12:24 am
We get our produce box from Fresh City Farms ( They're actually also an urban farm right her in Toronto so some of the stuff is exceptionally fresh because it was harvested that morning!
Erin / December 29, 2011 at 09:52 pm
We're on the mama earth bandwagon also - for 2 years now, highly recommend it.
Elizabeth / January 12, 2012 at 05:38 pm
We also use Fresh City Farms and love it. Customizable, good value, and a nice overall experience- I've made a few of the recipes they include in their boxes to rave reviews.
Elizabeth replying to a comment from Katie / January 12, 2012 at 05:39 pm
fresh city farms delivers north up to the 427 i think
online takeaway / January 24, 2012 at 09:47 pm
Thank you for sharing that list of top organic food delivery options. Now I know where I will order all my favorite organic food in Toronto.
Chris / January 28, 2012 at 02:04 am
I think I'll try some of the suggestions found here. I bought a groupon from But this company has one of the worst customer service I have ever seen. Your extremely lucky if someone answers the phone. I placed an order and never received it and when I called no one answered and no one has returned my emails. Piece of advice save yourself the hassle and chose someone on the list above.
Chris / January 28, 2012 at 02:06 am
Organics Delivered 2 you. :(
Bill / January 31, 2012 at 05:14 pm
I had the exact same experience as Chris. Organicsdelivered2you not only disnt deliver the fruit and vegetables when they said the would, they didn't answer email or the phone. Just took our money. I'm now in the process of trying to get the money back. Wow are they awful
Julia / February 1, 2012 at 08:57 pm
I also had the same experience with Organics Delivered 2 You. It has been over a week since my delivery was supposed to arrive and after daily calls and emails, I still have not recieved a response. Absolutely no customer service!! I am also in the process of trying to get a refund. Buyer beware when it comes to buying from Organics Delivered 2 You! Save your time and money!
Takeaway / February 5, 2012 at 03:35 pm
Thank you for sharing the top organic food delivery options.
mc replying to a comment from Tonia K / February 5, 2012 at 05:44 pm
The Second Harvest person posted above - a bit off topic but people looking to donate to a great charity that helps locally, with a cool concept, that is really green at the same time should check Second Harvest out.
Ron / February 21, 2012 at 12:05 pm
I too bought some Groupons for organics delivered2you. They are $23 for a big box that is supposed to be worth $47. They did not deliver on Friday night as confirmed but then we found the delivery sitting on our front porch Saturday afternoon in the freezing weather. We were home on Saturday but the delivery person didn't ring the bell. Their big box isn't very big. I weighed everything then compared the value if I had bought everything at Whole Foods in Mississauga. Being very generous on the weights it would have cost me $32 at Whole Foods. So I really only saved $9 but didn't get to pick what I wanted. Definately not worth their regular price.
Candace / February 22, 2012 at 12:31 am
I bought a few Groupons for Organics Delivered 2 You. It was supposed to arrive this past Saturday between 1 and 6 p.m. It didn't. I left them two voicemails and sent them an email. To this day (it's been 4 days) they haven't emailed or phoned me back...let alone apologized for their lack of service. The lesson: DO NOT BUY ORGANICS DELIVERED 2 YOU! What a rip off and a terrible company. Get a refund from Groupon if you bought Groupons (like I did) or call your credit card company to open a dispute with Organics Delivered 2 You if you bought directly from them and have not received your delivery.
A-M replying to a comment from Chris / February 26, 2012 at 07:22 pm
Chris, I totally agree with you about Organics Delivered 2 You. I had exactly the same experience recently, unresponsive to phone calls and emails. I had to contact Groupon to get direct access information, only then did I get a response and eventually delivery of my order. This is the first and last time I'll use Organics Delivered 2 You. I'll definitely try two of the favourites listed above and see how it goes. LOL - anything is better than OD2Y.
Harp replying to a comment from Katie / March 1, 2012 at 02:30 pm
We do deliver in your area. You can choose before each and every delivery what you would like to have in the box. There is no advance payments, you just pay as you go.
Harp replying to a comment from Katie / March 1, 2012 at 02:41 pm
Hi Kate
We do deliver in your area. You can choose before each and every delivery what you would like to have in the box. There is no advance payments, you just pay as you go.
pino / March 1, 2012 at 09:07 pm
Try Green Grocer Organics or just visit the site at YOUR BOX YOUR WAY!!!!!!
ish / March 2, 2012 at 06:47 pm
Hi Pino and everyone there,
I had also tried many organic options but my current arrangement worked out perfect.
I have been using organic food delivery for a couple of months now. the service is great and fruits and vegetables are very good. i like the fact that you can pick and choose stuff on their website and place orders online yourself without getting into the hassle of making calls to their customer service. I just pick and choose items myself, which is not an available option with most delivery companies. I haven't had any issues so far and would highly recommend it.

Harp / March 2, 2012 at 06:51 pm
Hi kate,
sorry i forgot to mention our website, 416 514 1441, 647 878 4123

Ish- Thanks a lot for recommending us. I would look up your account and may be can add something extra for you this time. We are looking for recommendations to grow further, and it is only possible if our customers appreciate and recommend us

Susan / March 3, 2012 at 05:21 pm
We've been using Mama Earth Organics for almost a year now. They're very good to deal with, we absolutely love them -
Mich / March 4, 2012 at 04:44 pm
I've was with Green Earth and recently switched to Green Grocer Organics. These guys are great Free customization, great customer service.
Dave / March 6, 2012 at 07:48 pm
Green Grocer Organics is fantastic. They have great service and very good prices on everything. They also just added meat and dairy. Anyway, just putting a plug in!

Mary / March 31, 2012 at 06:25 pm
Front door organics is the worst. Customer service is terrible and the website sucks. Plus all the produce is the same as the organic produce in the grocery stores. lame.
Jimmy / April 19, 2012 at 12:11 pm
Steer well clear of Organics Delivered 2 You ( - I had the same experience as other members on the board. I placed an order, the delivery day came and went, 4 weeks went by with countless emails and phone calls and never heard 1 single reply. Useless service, and may even be an outright scam...
Cam / April 24, 2012 at 04:01 pm
Same thing happened to me with Organics Delivered to You. The first time I ordered a box it was a day late which was problematic because I stayed at home all day on the delivery day and wasn't there the day that it was delivered. When I got back to my apartment the lettuce was ruined from sitting out.

I ordered it again because I had to use my groupon coupons and it still hasn't come...It was supposed to be delivered last Wed and has almost been a week! What really sucks is that I'm moving out in a week, so if it doens't come by then.... :(

They also didn't answer any emails either time :( so rude and inconvenient. The only good thing about getting something delivered is you don't have to plan to go to the grocery store. But if it comes randomly within a span of weeks, how is that convenient or worth the extra money?
Chris2 replying to a comment from pino / May 2, 2012 at 08:47 pm
Trying it this week based on the comments (GGO). Tried for last two weeks with Organics delivered 2 you with no success. We had used them for about 8 weeks successfully but all of a sudden no delivery. Please don't disappoint.
Angie Fostaty / May 3, 2012 at 02:41 pm
Having the same trouble with Organics Delivered 2 You Groupons. Last Thurs. no delivery. Has anyone successfully had their Groupons reimbursed by Groupon for this company? I bought 4 and don't fancy arguing with them until they expire.
Sri / May 4, 2012 at 01:16 pm
Unfortunately have had the same terrible experience with Organics Delivered 2 You as everyone else. They never delivered my last order. Nobody answers the phone, and no replies to email or their web contact form either. Also, the description says 20 lbs, but you're lucky if the real delivery is even 10 lbs. After reading all the complaints here, I am considering reporting them to the BBB.
M / May 5, 2012 at 07:14 am
I also ordered using a deal coupon on Thursday and no delivery. I had four of these coupons, the fist one came, but the last one NOPE. I also emailed and called numerous times. I will have to call the company that gave me the coupon to try to straighten this out on Monday. I am really disappointed as I thought this company was maybe better when purchased back in Jan. DO NOT ORDER FROM THEM!!
Beatrix / May 6, 2012 at 10:00 am
Avoid Organicsdelivered2you - ( at all costs!! I didn`t receive 2 of my 4 Groupons and it`s been a MONTH of unanswered e-mails and phone calls. I just reported them to BBB.
Stacey / May 7, 2012 at 07:23 pm
To All Organics Delivered 2 You Customers from Green Grocer Organics.

As the #1 organic food delivery service in the Greater Toronto Area, Green Grocer Organics has been tracking the poor business practices of this company very closely, and quite frankly have been shaking our heads. That said, it’s important to us that the industry, as a whole, not be tainted by the poor business ethics of one disreputable player.

As a modest gesture we’re offering each of you 25% off your first box and 10% off your 2nd box with Green Grocer Organics. If you are satisfied with our guaranteed on time service and leading quality and continue with us as a customer you will receive an ongoing 10% off all the items in our catalogue.

To register simply go to and enter promotion code “ETHICAL” during your registration.

Kind Regards
Stacey – A Proud Member of the GGO Team
Meredith / May 15, 2012 at 11:05 pm
We've been getting our produce, dairy, eggs and yoghurt from Fresh City for several months now. Basically a grocery store online. Everything is so fresh (some of it is harvested from city farms the same day!) and I've priced it out to be a better deal than the organic section at our nearby Loblaws. They've also created a larger community and we've been out to some of their events. Highly recommend.
Magda / July 17, 2012 at 08:52 am
I came across this site/forum while trying to look up contact information for (drum roll please) Organics Delivered 2 You. I had purchased a groupon for their big box and have been trying to use it for the last few days (it expires tomorrow) and the website no longer exists, no one is answering the phone (I'm not even sure I have the right number) and I have yet to find a contact email. I am so upset! Has anyone had any luck getting their groupon to be used or to get their money back?
Laurie / July 21, 2012 at 09:28 am
We've been with GGO for months and absolutely love the service. Great site, fantastic selection, competitive pricing, and the quality is amazing. These guys got it right.
Joe replying to a comment from Magda / July 21, 2012 at 10:16 am
Hi Magda,

I have good and bad news for you. The bad news is that Organics Delivered 2 You have closed their doors. The good news is is that Groupon has been pretty good refunding customers who purchased the coupon.

Hope this helps
MrsPotato / July 21, 2012 at 11:19 am
You bought a group deal and you're shocked that you didn't get what you were promised?!
Live and learn, my dear. Stay away from ALL of those 'deals' - they're all the same now.

ON another note, just purchased my first organic box from GGO after seeing the discount code and message above from Stacey. Great promo. Got my attention ;) Plus, I can't wait to get my first delivery on Wednesday!
Magda / July 22, 2012 at 07:42 am
Thanks Joe. I did contact Groupon and they had no problem giving me a refund. They had supposedly sent out an email explaining the situation and offering refunds. I guess it must've gone to my junk mail because I missed it. But at least i got my money back.
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Gill / September 27, 2012 at 12:59 pm
I've used Wanigan for over 5 years and they are great. They have a huge grocery selection which, unfortunately, you can't find on their main website. You have to log in as a customer and go to the order alteration page to see the selection, but there's a huge selection of flours, oils, cheese, condiments, sauces, dried foods, gluten-free products, etc.
Stacey / September 30, 2012 at 04:07 pm
Big news in the world of organic delivery service! (Well not THAT big...)

Green Grocer Organics has changed their name to

As some of you may have noticed, our website has always been, but our company name was Green Grocer Organics. Many of our customers have expressed confusion and our marketing department (1 person) has been really freaking out and hyperventilating…oh, that’s me…:)

To clarify things we’ve simply decided to change our company name to

What does this mean?

Nothing, absolutely nothing! There will be no impact for anyone. Everyone will still receive the same box of amazing produce (with the new name on the box), and no service interruption. The owners, prices, phone numbers, bookmarks, emails, links, etc., are all exactly the same.

We appreciate all of your patience and understanding!

Our sincerest thanks,

The Team
Meris / September 30, 2012 at 10:42 pm
We've tried a few of the services, but we're very fond mama earth organics. We love them - - they're all good - mama earth is our favorite though.
Phil Cass replying to a comment from Meris / February 8, 2013 at 10:00 am
I work for a not for profit organization . We are seeking a service that will delivery every Monday or Tuesday to various daycare locations with-in the GTA.
Any referrals?
Pino replying to a comment from Phil Cass / February 10, 2013 at 01:06 pm
Hi Phil,

Give a call. I think we can help!
Steve from LoveGan replying to a comment from Phil Cass / March 25, 2013 at 04:01 pm
Hi Phil,

If you're still looking for Organic Delivery, LoveGan 416-992-9993 or may have what you're looking for.

Take care,
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As for us, we're proud to be a part of the organic food industry, and we're eager to help nudge greater numbers of Torontonians toward organic diets while reducing the collective need to get in the car. To these ends, We're 100% certified organic, locally focused and totally carbon neutral: good for the bod and the planet :-)

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Michael Budd replying to a comment from Michael Budd / July 24, 2013 at 12:51 pm
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Gee replying to a comment from Katie / August 28, 2013 at 08:22 pm
Actually as I read over this article and responses to it I am chomping on a fresh, crunchy, organic celery stick. I NEVER eat celery sticks raw. Why? Cause they usually taste like damp card board. BUT I found a organic home delivery place (after researching all the ones listed above and then finding this other one by the way - as it is not listed but should be) that has pretty good produce overall, the phone service is excellent (thank you to John who has helped me navigate my first purchase and several other questions). And the celery I go from them was SO GOOD that I don't have to hide it in soups. I eat it raw - with nothing on it. I know. Miraculous.

So here's their website for your info

I received one rather mangled swiss chard and was given a credit no questions asked. I get the organic vegetable or mixed box, the one for one or two people for $30 and it lasts pretty much for a whole week till the next delivery. Delivery is included in the charge. You can also add on items for extra cost (from a catalogue) and you don't get dinged to pick what you want to be in the box (there is a pretty large selection every week to choose from). Their selection is pretty good, especially compared to some of the other places listed in this top 10 article. I think you also get 10% of your first order and if you are a weekly customer and sign up for weekly delivery you get 10% off. I haven't done this yet, as I have gotten 4 boxes and I am still seeing if the quality will be consistent. So far, I'd rate them at about 80 -85%. Pretty good considering and yes, they deliver right to your door and I live in an apartment! Yeah, I'm pretty happy about that : )))

Corinne / August 30, 2013 at 05:53 pm
Mama Earth Organics is doing something really special in my opinion.

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