Green Toronto: Karma Co-Op

Karma Co-Op has quietly led the way as one of Toronto's most progressive grocers for more than 30 years. Located off an alleyway at 739 Palmerston, this little co-operative that could has been stocking local, organic and fair trade products since its inception. And re-usable bags? They've been doing that before current Loblaws Executive Chairman Galen Weston Jr. was born.

Watch my interview with Karma Co-Op General Manager Justin McNabb below:

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Previously in the Green Toronto series:

Part 1 - CarbonZero
Part 2 - Vert Catering
Part 3 - Grassroots
Part 4 - Heart on Your Sleeve
Part 5 - Green Garage
Part 6 - Fertile Ground
Part 7 - Bullfrog Power
Part 8 - Enviromaid

This is part 9 of 10 in our Green Toronto video series. We'll be publishing a new video in this series each weekday from now until December 14th.


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