Goodfood Market Corp. has teamed up with one of Canada’s top restaurants, Aloette and its takeout counterpart Aloette Go.
Goodfood and Aloette Go will offer two meal kits developed in collaboration with Aloette executive chef Solomon Mason and Goodfood head chef Jordana Rebner. The Aloette Wagyu Burger meal kit is inspired by one of Aloette's most iconic dishes and will be available to order for a limited time only by Goodfood subscribers across the country.
“As an industry leader in an ever-evolving food scene, it's important for us to continue finding ways to stay relevant and excite our customers,” said Solomon Mason, executive chef, Aloette Go. “With more Canadians cooking at home, we're thrilled to partner with Goodfood to bring Aloette Go’s elevated experience to them and help make meal-time more enjoyable."
Alo Food Group also owns Alo and Alobar Yorkville, two of the first restaurants to receive a Michelin Star in Canada in September.
“Now, with easy-to-follow recipe cards and pre-portioned ingredients, Goodfood has not only made it easier than ever to cook like a Michelin chef but is allowing those outside of Toronto to enjoy Aloette Go’s delicious dishes for the first time,” according to the company’s release.
Featuring fresh locally-sourced ingredients, Goodfood subscribers were able to order the Aloette Seared Scallops meal kit in late December, and are now able to order the Aloette Wagyu Burger meal kit with Seared Halloumi and Pickle Mayo until Wednesday, February 1st.