TORONTO — Vancouver-based Tractor Everyday Healthy Foods has expanded to Toronto with a newly opened location in the downtown core.
The chain — which boasts six locations, including five in Vancouver — focuses on well-balanced meal options for the conscious eater on the go.
“We are excited to bring Tractor to Toronto and feel it will be a welcome addition for busy urbanites looking for delicious high quality food while on the go,” says Meghan Clarke, proprietor, Tractor Everyday Healthy Foods. “We can’t imagine a better way to celebrate Tractor’s five-year anniversary than introducing fresh and healthy eats to Yonge and Richmond.”
The Toronto location will be open seven days a week for breakfast, lunch and dinner and features a full cappuccino bar. The 70-seat, 2,400-sq.-ft. space features Tractor’s signature design, offering cafeteria-style service in a bright, modern space with natural-wood accents.
The Toronto menu mirrors that of the brand’s existing locations, offering custom bowls and house-made soups, stews, salads and sandwiches. Options include the wild coho salmon bowl ($15.50), grilled avocado ($3), Thai veggie stew with tofu ($8), butternut squash soup ($6) and a house-roasted turkey-thigh sandwich with sunflower sprouts, arugula, pickles, Havarti cheese, horseradish mustard aioli and multigrain bread ($9.50).
Head chef Christian Ibacache, along with a core team of Vancouver staff, has relocated to Toronto to uphold the brand’s values.