When you start your grocery shopping at Highland Farms, you’ll find the best selection of farm fresh fruits and vegetables, handpicked from the Ontario Food Terminal, just for you. This popular Toronto grocer offers a broad selection of high quality offerings, from fresh organics to locally grown and exotic fruits and vegetables. If it’s in season, Highland Farms is sure to have it in store, at a price that can’t be beat. In addition to fresh produce, foodies rave about Highland Farms selection of fresh seafood. They offer the day’s fresh catch, frozen filets, crab, shrimp, lobster and more.
The first Highland Farms store opened in Toronto in 1963. A Canadian family-owned regional supermarket chain in the Greater Toronto Area. Highland Farms was founded by brothers Charles Coppa and Louie Coppa. Highland Farms grew from one moderately sized grocery outlet to five locations across the the greater Toronto area in Vaughan, Scarborough, Mississauga and North York.
The Coppa family split the company between the two brothers in 2013 with three former Highland Farms stores in North York, Vaughan, and Scarborough being rebranded as Coppa's Fresh Market under a new company owned by Louie Coppa.
Today, many loyal Customers still trust Highland Farms for the freshest food at incredible prices and have made Highland Farms their supermarket of choice. Check out the Highland Farms flyers to see what makes this market so special. There are Highland Farms stores in cities such as Maple, Mississauga and Scarborough.
If you’d like to see if there is a Highland Farms near you, you can find store locations and hours on the Kimbino.ca website. Highland Farms is in the Grocery category.
For information on Highland Farms products, recipes, meal preparation tips and more, please visit the Highland Farms website highlandfarms.ca. You might want to bookmark this page so you can always refer back to it when you want to see the latest deals.
If, for some reason, you don’t find what you’re looking for in the Highland Farms flyer, you can check similar shops such as Walmart, Costco, Atlantic Superstore, Food Basics, Calgary Co-op, Foodland, Fortinos, FreshCo, Giant Tiger and IGA.