Restaurant Wholesalers that are open to the public during the pandemic period
To limit the spread of the coronavirus, restaurants all around the world closed their doors to the public. As a result, wholesalers who used to supply these entities with the necessary food found themselves with no business. To respond to that, a variety of these food wholesalers shifted their activities to retailing, offering customers a wide variety of products ranging from fruits and vegetables to meat, chicken, and seafood.
Dealing with more than 100 farmers in Ontario, 100km foods is the major supplier of restaurants like Richmond Station and Constantine. This wholesaler is offering a large variety of boxes to customers, including the breakfast box that contain eggs, cheddar, and similar other dairy products, and the protein box that includes ham, sausage, and other foods rich in proteins. Orders from 100km foods are accepted until 4pm for next day pickups.
If you are running out of seafood, just like most supermarkets do, this wholesaler will make life easier for you. Be it lobster, oyster, or wild cod, daily seafood will send whatever comes to your mind right to your home’s door. However, this wholesaler sets $50 as a minimum required purchase to unlock delivery services, which becomes free of charge once the order go beyond $150.
Supplying famous restaurants, such as the Drake Hotel and Byblos, this wholesaler is offering a wide range of products, including herbs, apples, oranges, butter, eggs, and other items. To respond to the high demand and eliminate the long waiting list they have got, this wholesaler introduced a new e-commerce website on the 10th of April.
Specializing mainly in foods that are rich in protein, such as Iberian ham, Woodward meats is allowing customers to place orders online and then pick them up in Oakville. More, this wholesaler has collaborated with various other restaurants to unlock Toronto region pickups.