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Stackt Market launches contactless click and collect service

Stackt Market launches contactless click and collect service

Stackt Market launches contactless click and collect service

Toronto's shipping container market just launched a new click and collect service for safe, simple, contactless shopping!

The new online shop features grocery boxes from local farmers, pre-cooked meals from Victor Restaurant, Conspiracy Pizza's frozen pies and a bottle shop featuring Belgian Moon beers, wines and DIY cocktail kits!

Once you've added your items to the cart and selected a time slot, your order will be packed and ready for curbside pickup at 28 Bathurst Street. For those with cars, Stackt is also offering drive-thru pickup via 3 Tecumseth Street.

Each purchase is directly connecting the community with small businesses and supporting local farmers through these tough times. Stackt will also be donating 100% of the pickup fees to The Stop -- a community food centre which works to provide Toronto's west end with access to healthy and nutritious food. 

If you wish to contribute extra, you can purchase a Pay it Forward box. All of the proceeds will be donated directly to The Stop on your behalf. 

“The impact that a lot of us have experienced has also severely affected the local business economy and that includes Stackt," says Matt Rubinoff, Stackt Market's Founder. "Our goal right now is to support our Stackt partners, the community, and increase access to local businesses in a safe way." 

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Stackt Market launches contactless click and collect service

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Stackt Market launches contactless click and collect service

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Toronto's shipping container market just launched a new click and collect service for safe, simple, contactless shopping!

The new online shop features grocery boxes from local farmers, pre-cooked meals from Victor Restaurant, Conspiracy Pizza's frozen pies and a bottle shop featuring Belgian Moon beers, wines and DIY cocktail kits!

Once you've added your items to the cart and selected a time slot, your order will be packed and ready for curbside pickup at 28 Bathurst Street. For those with cars, Stackt is also offering drive-thru pickup via 3 Tecumseth Street.

Each purchase is directly connecting the community with small businesses and supporting local farmers through these tough times. Stackt will also be donating 100% of the pickup fees to The Stop -- a community food centre which works to provide Toronto's west end with access to healthy and nutritious food. 

If you wish to contribute extra, you can purchase a Pay it Forward box. All of the proceeds will be donated directly to The Stop on your behalf. 

“The impact that a lot of us have experienced has also severely affected the local business economy and that includes Stackt," says Matt Rubinoff, Stackt Market's Founder. "Our goal right now is to support our Stackt partners, the community, and increase access to local businesses in a safe way." 

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Click and Collect Service

Stackt Market