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Markhams leader in fresh produce and organic produce and the best organic and traditionally raised meat selection and prices in York Region.

The Garden Basket Food Market is Markham’s landmark grocery store. A household name, the Garden Basket family has helped nourish and entertain Markham families since 1972.

It was 1929 when Sam Comella and Sam Badali opened the Sunkist Food Market on Danforth Avenue in Toronto’s east end. Their commitment to quality and personal service steadily grew the business. It’s these standards that have been the basis of the business ever since.

Forward to 1967, and that’s when Jack Comella, Sam’s nephew, purchased the business.