TORONTO — Eataly, the specialty “slow food” market with locations in Italy and Japan, is scouting Toronto for partners for a potential location there, a local report said Thursday.
According to a report in the Toronto Star newspaper, Eataly founder Oscar Farinetti was touring Toronto area supermarkets including Loblaw, T&T and specialty markets such as Pusateri’s and Culinarium.
Eataly is reportedly set to open its first North American location in New York in August. Its flagship in Turin, Italy is located in a 118,000-square-foot former vermouth factory.
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