Goodfood Evolves as Canada’s Modern Online Grocer with Free One-Hour Delivery

MONTREAL and TORONTO, Nov. 09, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Goodfood Market Corp. (“Goodfood” or “the Company”) (TSX: FOOD), a leading online grocery company in Canada, is introducing one-hour or less delivery to high-density markets throughout the month of November including 18 neighbourhoods in Toronto and Montreal, by leveraging our world class infrastructure and continuing to invest in technology, staffing and cloud stores to meet client demand for ever more rapid delivery times. Our first area is now operational and available to more than 1 million customers in downtown Toronto.

In addition, Goodfood is expanding its platform and well-known meal kit subscription service to offer thousands of grocery items as well as our critically acclaimed restaurant quality meal kits and ready-to-eat offerings. Goodfood’s continued evolution of services addresses the ever-increasing demand for fast and flexible quality grocery options for Canadian households.

“Goodfood is making it easier for Canadians to get fresh, unique, high quality grocery items and meal kits fast, because as we all know, the way we live, work and shop has dramatically changed,” says Goodfood Chief Executive Officer, Jonathan Ferrari. “We want to continue to support and empower Canadians’ food convenience, efficiency and discovery in the kitchen – whether they are brand new or seasoned home cooks.”

This move to meaningful grocery choice and quick, easy access through any device marks Goodfood’s continued efforts to redefine how grocery is considered, incorporated and purchased throughout the user journey.

“Canadian consumers are at the centre of everything we do. Our number one goal is to make Canadians’ lives better, happier, and healthier every day,” says Ferrari. “We are excited to extend one-hour delivery to new cities over the coming months to differentiate Goodfood as a new, unique and accessible grocery option, continuing to think of innovative ways to respond to consumer demands.”

One-Hour Delivery is one of the many initiatives Goodfood is driving to innovate the way Canadians think about and access groceries. Earlier this quarter, Goodfood launched Same-Day Unlimited Delivery service in the Metro Vancouver Area. The brand also launched a partnership with Plug-In BC, launching Canada’s first fully electric refrigerated vehicle fleet now serving Vancouver.


Goodfood (TSX:FOOD) is a leading online grocery company in Canada, delivering fresh meal solutions and grocery items that make it easy for customers from across Canada to enjoy delicious meals at home every day. Goodfood’s vision is to be in every kitchen every day by enabling users to complete their grocery shopping and meal planning in minutes. Goodfood clients have access to a unique selection of online products as well as exclusive pricing made possible by its world class direct-to-consumer infrastructure and technology that eliminate food waste and costly retail overhead. The Company’s main production facility and administrative offices are based in Montreal, Québec, with additional production facilities located in the provinces of Quebec, Ontario, Alberta, and British Columbia.

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Roslane Aouameur
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