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Toronto’s most popular food destination to offer up specialty scoops to benefit the Jays Care Foundation 

TORONTO, ON (July 19, 2016) – As the summer months continue to heat up, Front Street Foods (FSF) at Adelaide Place (150 York Street — at the corners of both Adelaide/University Avenue and Adelaide/York) has partnered with Junked Food Company (one of FSF’s 19+ vendors) to create a unique way to give back while cooling down — a specialty Blue Jays ice cream, available exclusively at the pop-up market. The cone, which features ballpark popcorn, sour blue raspberry sugar and blue chocolate will be on sale from now until August 5th for $6.25, with one dollar from each sale being donated to the Jays Care Foundation.


“We wanted to find a unique and memorable way to contribute to our community, ” says Melissa Zuker, co-founder of TMCo. “With Junked Food Company’s creativity, we were able to develop a sweet and savoury way for our customers to give back to the Jays Care Foundation, an important organization that focuses on improving the lives of Canadian children.”

In addition to introducing the new Blue Jays ice cream, Front Street Foods will also be hosting their first food crawl, in collaboration with popular Instagrammer TO’s Finest. The food crawl, which is available from now until August 5th allows customers to purchase an official passport for just $5.00 <insert link> and visit any of the 19+ Front Street Food vendors after 2PM to claim a specially priced dish for just $8.00. A portion of the food crawl passport proceeds will be donated to Community Food Centres Canada.

Last year, Front Street Foods (which started on Front Street at Union Station) quickly became a must-visit attraction in Toronto, drawing huge crowds to covet local cuisine throughout the summer months. This year, conveniently located on the 2nd floor terrace accessible directly from the street by an outdoor staircase at Adelaide Place (at the corner of York and Adelaide and also accessible from University and Adelaide), FSF is an oasis in the city featuring pop-up vendors crafting their dishes on-site, along with craft beers and specialty drinks for attendee’s immediate indulgence. Whether looking for a delectable daytime snack, or a satisfying lunch solution, or an after work bite the market features temptations for any palate.

Front Street Foods, presented by Toronto Market Company (TMCo.) and Dream Office REIT, is open for the public to enjoy weekdays until August 5, 2016 from 11 a.m. to 6:30 p.m. Monday and Tuesday, and until 8 p.m. Wednesday to Friday (with breakfast vendors opening early at 8 a.m.).


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About Toronto Market Co.:

Toronto Market Co.’s mission is to create vibrant pop-up markets in our city that showcase Toronto’s best and celebrate Toronto’s spirit. Successful events include Front Street Foods and the Waterfront Artisan Market. We love to create avenues for local designers, artisans, chefs, entrepreneurs, bakers and makers to showcase their goods and inspire others.






About Dream Office REIT (owners and managers of Adelaide Place):

Dream Office REIT is an unincorporated, open-ended real estate investment trust. Dream Office REIT is focused on owning, acquiring, leasing and managing well-located, high-quality central business district and suburban office properties. Its portfolio currently comprises approximately 23.3 million square feet of gross leasable area in major urban centres across Canada. Dream Office REIT’s portfolio is well diversified by geographic location and tenant mix. For more information, please visit

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    1. Danielle Stewart says:

      looks delish! I want to go on the food crawl.


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