Stackt Market starts doing grocery delivery


Shipping-container market Stackt is now offering grocery delivery – the latest in a collection of businesses to pivot to offering groceries during the pandemic.

The service, which launched this past weekend, offers a number of grocery items and pre-created grocery boxes, as well as food, booze and other items from Stackt vendors.

Orders are on a click-and-collect basis, with pickup available curbside or as a drive-thru on Wednesdays and Fridays.

Grocery boxes – from the $13 “Marie Condo” to the $130 Leeroy Jenkins – feature produce, meats and dairy provided by distributor 100km Foods. There’s also a la carte items, including cleaning items and the all-important baking supplies, plus a selection of alcohol items.

Meanwhile, vendors are contributing ready-to-heat pizzas (Conspiracy), beer (Belgian Moon), dim sum (Joybird) and comfort eats (Victor).

Currently, Stackt is donating pickup fees to The Stop. Visit Stackt’s site for more info.



Natalia came to NOW as the food writer in 2015 before taking over the lifestyle desk in 2019. She has written about food, style, technology, life and travel for the National Post, Sun Media, blogTO and Metro. She enjoys thrift stores and bad puns.

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May 26, 2020

6:20 PM