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A pay-what-you-can grocery store is opening its doors in The Junction neighbourhood | CBC News

From soups and salads to baked goods and fresh produce, stocking up on organic produce can often mean paying top dollar. But a pay-what-you-can grocery store set to open its doors in west-end Toronto is changing that.

Chef Jagger Gordon, founder of Feed It Forward, is opening up what might be Toronto’s first such store on 3324 Dundas St. W. in the city’s Junction neighbourhood, where it will be open to the public seven days a week.

His mission? “A rescue food system where we utilize the ugly fruits and vegetables and the blemished food that seems to be ending up in our landfills continuously.”

And to prove the model can not only work — but work sustainably.

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A pay-what-you-can grocery store is opening its doors in The Junction neighbourhood | CBC News.

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