Goodfood Market Corp. is benefitting from the significant uptick in online grocery orders spurred on by the pandemic and has set up its first fulfillment centre in the Greater Toronto Area.
The 42,000 sq ft facility is scheduled to begin operations at the end of May.
he company is still on track to build a larger fulfillment center in Toronto for 2021, according to Goodfood President and COO Neil Cuggy.
"The demand for online grocery delivered directly to customers' doors has seen a strong uptick in recent weeks," said Jonathan Ferrari, CEO of Goodfood. "We firmly believe these changes in consumer habits are here to stay and that Goodfood is well positioned to play a leading role in this transformation."