Get Anything You Crave Delivered To Your Door In 35 Minutes

It literally sounds too good to be true – chips, popcorn, chocolate, ice cream, nuts, jerky, soda and so much more to choose from. This company will deliver almost anything you need, right to your door in 35 minutes. We can continue on our path to ultimate laziness and overindulge in snacks!

You know those nights in where you are binge-watching Netflix and all of a sudden you absolutely need a big bag of white cheddar Smartfood and a bowl of peanut butter M&M’s. Fryday, a new service in Toronto, has you covered with online categories to choose from and super fast delivery of all your favourite junk food right to your doorstep.

A post shared by FrydayBox (@frydaybox) on

It’s arranged with multiple options to choose from – even featuring ‘home essentials’ with items like these:

Basically, anything you can imagine you might need from the convenience store but you don’t really feel like going out to get it. This includes medicine, condoms, iPhone headphones, glowsticks and pregnancy tests (!!)

A post shared by FrydayBox (@frydaybox) on

All you have to do is create an account on the Fryday Box website or through their app. Next, pick through countless categories to decide what you’re craving and you’ll receive a text message when your order is delivered. They’re open every day of the year from 3pm-4am but 24/7 on Uber Eats and Doordash.

A post shared by FrydayBox (@frydaybox) on

Since they just started, their delivery zone is tight right now hitting only the west side of Toronto in areas like Parkdale, Roncesvalles, The Annex, St. Clair West Village, The Junction and a few more. They will continue to expand as the business continues! How did this not exist before now?

Featured Image: Instagram/@frydaybox

Posts you might be Interested in:

This Famous Candy Store Just Opened in Toronto
6 Tasty Snack Foods That Are Uniquely Canadian
The World’s Most Famous Toy Store Set To Open In Canada
Gourmet Ice Cream Chain Cauldron Is Coming To Canada
Check Out These 5 Unique Bakeshops in Toronto