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Industry NewsCoppa's Market 63 in downtown Toronto closes its doors

Coppa’s Market 63 in downtown Toronto closes its doors

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Market 63, the gourmet supermarket concepts store by Coppa’s has shut down permanently.

The grocery store opened in 2019 and featured several innovative concepts, including a full-service restaurant (Nonna Francesca’s), three Lavazza locations in Coppacino’s coffee, an extensive fresh flower boutique and an array of prepared foods and a butcher.

Coppa’s opened its first grocery store in Toronto in 1963. Today, the three-store chain (North York, Scarborough and King City) is run by Louie Coppa.

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