TORONTO — Good Earth Coffeehouse has officially expanded into Eastern Canada with the opening of a new location in Toronto. The brand’s first Toronto coffee house is set to open in the Garden District on Jan. 22.
“The coffee scene in Toronto is constantly evolving and diversifying. We are excited to launch Good Earth in this market,” says Nan Eskenazi, founder, Good Earth Coffeehouse. “Good Earth prides itself on offering exceptional coffee and fresh food with a down-to-earth attitude, making Toronto an ideal market for us to grow into.”
Since its founding in 1991, Good Earth has been committed to taking an environmentally responsible approach to operations. The chain serves a selection of coffees, including Rainforest Alliance Certified and Direct Trade. Good Earth locations also use commercially compostable paper coffee cups and hot-food containers.
The Toronto opening kicks off a year of significant growth for the 25 year old company, with five new locations set to open in 2017. Further expansion plans include new cafes opening in Vancouver, Banff, Calgary, Edmonton, Winnipeg, Ottawa, Toronto and Southwestern Ontario.