Yummy Market is proud to support the SickKids Foundation’s annual pumpkin carving contest with a donation of a truck full of pumpkins for in-hospital Halloween festivities.
Alla Volodina of Bowmanville said “Yes!” to Encore and matched the last six of seven Encore numbers in the Saturday, Sept. 28, Lottario draw to win the $100,000 prize. She purchased the winning ticket at Yummy Market on Major Mackenzie Drive in Maple. Continue reading
Michael Cranny Elementary school in Maple, Ont., recently hosted an event to celebrate the cultural diversity of its 550 students who have more than 50 countries in their ancestry, and more than 10 religions.
“Today marks the beginning of a new era,” Fedeli said outside the Yummy Market on Dufferin St., where he told reporters the small LCBO kiosks — often in small-town or rural food markets and hardware stores — will be rebranded as “convenience outlets.” Continue reading
Yummy Market’s North York locations at 4400 Dufferin St. hosted the Honourable Vic Fedeli, Ontario Minister of Finance, on June 6 as he announced changes to beer, wine and cider licence system. Nearly 300 new retail outlets across Ontario will start offering beverage alcohol — many opening this summer. “Whether driving to the cottage or … Read more
Yummy Market supported the annual Walk’n Roll 4Education Community Event again this year. Our donation of fresh fruit, vegetables and hamburger buns helped refuel students after their walk around the neighbouring North York community.
On Sunday, May 5, Yummy Market proudly supported M. Turetsky Choir and SOPRANO’s first-time concert in Canada, held at Mel Lastman Square (5100 Yonge St.) in Toronto.
Thank you to those who donated to The Grocery Foundation’s #Toonies4Tummies campaign this year at both our locations! Our stores raised a total of $4,544 over the course of the campaign from February 7 to 21. This total represents 2,272 nutritious meals for local children in our community.
It’s not just restaurants that are diverse when it comes to food in the GTA. We’re also lucky to have grocers catering to so many communities in the city. For example, there’s Yummy Market for Eastern European goods. Continue reading
The 9th annual International Food Festival was another successful fundraising event for the Mackenzie Health Volunteer Association (MHVA). Besides the collegiality, smiles and fun, the IFF raised over $5,000 which will be added to the MHVA pledge of raising $500,000 by 2020 for Mackenzie Health Mental Health Services.