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Restaurant seafood supplier doing delivery to Toronto homes at wholesale prices

Money is tight for many in Toronto right now, so one seafood wholesaler has stepped up to offer the kinds of price breaks usually only available to restaurants to the public.

Not only that, but Daily Seafood is also now offering home delivery. Prices can be as low as around $1.70/lb for PEI mussels, with items like 6oz portions of Atlantic salmon available for $4, whole Spanish mackerel for $3.95/lb and savoury clams for $4.50/lb.

Shucked oysters, vacuum-sealed packages, marinated fish in an oven-ready container and contactless delivery are all available upon request, with free delivery on orders over $150. Orders must be a minimum of $50.

In one way or another, it is clear that the COVID-19 pandemic has affected our way of life, families, communities, and businesses. As we enter this difficult time, it is our hope we will stand together in a shared battle against this virus.⁣ ⁣ In the current conditions, Daily Seafood will now be offering at-home delivery service for our fresh and frozen seafood products in the Toronto area. As always, we will be taking food safety precautions to the highest level, and closely monitoring each step of our entire production process. On behalf of all of us at Daily Seafood, we are committed to being your partner and persevering together in all the days and years ahead.⁣ ⁣ For information on our delivery service please call or text (647) 938-1416 or e-mail order@dailyseafood.ca

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Daily Seafood has a federal approved HACCP plant near Jones Avenue and Danforth, and a focus on sustainability.

Orders can be placed online using this form. They'll then call you back to confirm pricing and a delivery date. Payment can be made by e-Transfer or cash upon delivery.

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