B.GOOD Adds Their Fifth Location To The Family. Now Open in Toronto’s Midtown at Yonge and Eglinton
TORONTO – July 27th, 2017 – With their mission to bring a farm-to-table mandate to urbanity, the story behind B.GOOD sets the bar for the city’s other quick service establishments. Having started under the simple premise to make food with roots, B.GOOD takes a more conscious approach to the food they choose to serve.
B.GOOD is committed to great tasting, wholesome foods made with local ingredients. This is the very foundation of the business, which is rooted in connecting people through food. Ultimately, every individual becomes part of the B.GOOD community, a mission since the beginning.
Their family extends to their producers and growers whom they carefully select to provide the highest quality ingredients for their hungry customers. They proudly work with Bright Cheese & Butter, Tre Mari Bakery, Hayter’s Farm, and Gwillimdale Farms.
“As a small company, it means a lot to us to have B.GOOD telling our story and sharing it with their clientele is priceless. We not only get to sell our products to B.GOOD, we get to connect with their customers who become our customers” boasts Stefan Cartmale of Bright Cheese & Butter.
There are four locations currently operating across the GTA; they came to Toronto three years ago and expanded to Oakville two years ago. B.GOOD is proud to welcome a fifth member to their family, now open in Toronto’s mid-town neighbourhood, at Yonge and Eglinton.
Yonge and Eglinton is known to rank high in comparison to other city pockets within the categories of health, entertainment, and employment. With these accolades, it’s no surprise that B.GOOD plans to take a new approach with the latest addition with sleek modern design while remaining true to form, offering food with roots.
“The best and most challenging aspect for B.GOOD as we continue to grow is to not only maintain but to enhance our local relationships. We strive to provide healthy local food and connect with like-minded lifestyle advocates.
As time goes on, we are able to connect on a deeper level, become more involved in the community, and have more resources available to improve and expand our community relationships,” says Mark Murphy of B.GOOD Canada.
With refreshing offerings including kale & grain bowls, seasonal salads, hand-cut real fries, all-natural burgers and seasonal options of veggies and smoothies, B.GOOD appeals to palates, preferences and dietary restrictions of all kinds with an emphasis on the good.
This season, their featured grain bowl in the FARM STAND TOMATO & BASIL, made with marinated kale, corn, heirloom tomatoes, grilled halloumi cheese, lima beans, Kalamata olives, sunflower seeds and topped with a basil vinaigrette.
“Tre Mari Bakery is delighted to be in partnership with B.GOOD and is thankful that they value the strong, reciprocal relationships that working with local businesses can provide. The fact that B.GOOD supports Tre Mari Bakery and our time-honoured methods of bread making is a testament to their commitment to provide high-quality homemade food to their customers,” says James Deleo of Tre Mari Bakery.
Photo Credits: B.GOOD