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5 butchers that do home delivery in Toronto

Planning a BBQ has never been easier with these butchers and direct-to-consumer-farmers who deliver direct to your door. Steaks, chicken, and even raw and ready-to-cook burger patties can be bought with the click of a button.

Here's a round-up of butchers that offer home delivery services in Toronto.

Healthy Butcher
Home delivery run by Real Food Toronto makes ordering brisket and steaks a cinch. This butcher even offers an annual sausage and burger menu in time for BBQ season.

Halal to Door
This online retailer makes ordering Halal beef, poultry lamb and deli easy. The selection on this site is vast offering popular cuts as well as harder-to-find offal. Best of all they deliver throughout the GTA for just $8-$10 delivery fee.

Olliffe
Delivery from this purveyor of fine meats is available anywhere, anytime. Delivery is typically gratis in the vicinity of Olliffe outlets with a minimum order of $75.

Front Door Organics
This online organics retailer deals primarily in produce, though there is a subsection that boasts an impressive variety of cuts from ground beef to stewing cubes, roasts, steaks, chops and more. Deliveries arrive vacuum sealed and frozen.

Stoddart Family Farm
Buy direct from this farm in the Kawarthas - but only if you have a deep freezer (or a lot of carnivorous friends). The farm deals in mass amounts of meats (say twenty, one pound packages of naturally-raised, grass-fed ground beef sold for $120) but is also the perfect purveyor of pasture raised turkeys come Thanksgiving.

Photo from The Healthy Butcher facebook page.


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