Whether you’re exhausted from working all day, busy with family & friends or just hibernating for winter, sometimes finding the motivation to leave home and shop for groceries can be difficult. Spending an extra couple of hours wandering isles or risking the chance of running into someone you don’t want to see just doesn’t seem appealing, but that’s okay – you’ve got options! Take a look at some of the best grocery delivery services in Toronto. They’ll meet all your grocery needs with just a click of a button!

Grocery Gateway

Grocery Gateway is a delivery service provided by Longos that services the greater Toronto area, Oakville, Burlington, Cambridge and Kitchener-Waterloo. They offer pretty much everything you’d find in a typical grocery store, including fresh meats & produce, perishables, frozen goods, organic products, toiletries, pre-made sushi, magazines and even alcohol. Prices are exactly how you’d see them in a physical Longos however, a minimum order of $45 is required. Customers are able to pick a time slot for drop-off and with a flat delivery fee of $9.99, you can have all the groceries you need sent straight to your door as early as the next day!

Mama Earth Organics

Mama Earth Organics is a delivery service that works with local farms to provide customers with fresh organic items on a weekly or bi-weekly basis. They serve the greater Toronto area as well as Whitby, Ajax, Stouffville and King City. Customers have the option to choose between a variety of baskets ranging between $30 and $60, which is filled with an assorted mix of fresh, organic produce or for an extra $2, can be customized to include locally produced jam, cereal, dairy, baked goods & more. Delivery happens once a week and the exact date is based on your location.


Fresh City Farms

Fresh City Farms is another grocery delivery service that focuses on providing fresh, locally sourced food. Customers have the option to purchase meals (all of the items you need to prepare Fresh City Farms’ recipe of the week) or produce. Prices start at $8 a portion for vegetarian meal or $28 for a bag of 8-10 different varieties of veggies & fruits with the option to add on additional dairy, baked goods, poultry and more. Groceries can be delivered on the day of your choice and Fresh City Farms delivers across the GTA.


Urbery is one of the newer grocery delivery services in Toronto and they offer same-day delivery within 3-hours. Prices are slightly higher than what you would find in a typical grocery store, but they have a wide selection of over 3000 food items including produce, poultry, perishables and more. With Urbery, there’s not minimum order required and deliveries on orders $64.99+ are free or between $5.99 and $9.99. Urbery’s service is only available to those who live within Toronto’s core.


Similar to Grocery Gateway, GroceryMarket.ca offers almost everything you’d find in your local grocery store such as dairy, poultry, produce, perishables, household items, toiletries and more. Prices are at par with what you’d find in your local grocery store and GroceryMarket.ca offers delivery across the greater Toronto area. A minimum purchases of $50 is required to qualify for delivery and fees are between $7.99 and $9.99 depending on the time. Deliveries can be made as early as day after ordering.

Are there any other grocery delivery services in Toronto or GTA? Share them with us in the comment section below.

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