New fruit and veg store Post date December 7, 2011 Post categories In Uncategorized The blog has been sent a number of emails about a new food store moving in the old Green Lavender Yoga studio. Have not been able to confirm this with people at the store front. Tags The Junction Post navigation ←Previous post:Must see gallery show at Telephone Gallery→Next post:61 Heintzman Place has a front yard the approx same size as most traditional houses in the Junction 10 Comments A veggie store sharing a wall with a reptile store? Um. No thanks. I really really hope this happens. Been waiting for years for at least 1 cheap fruit&veg shop to open. Looking at how many are in BWV, having at least 1 in the Junction would be great! Yes agree often go to bwv for the fruit and veg stuff I have my fingers crossed, I usually make a weekly trek to Green Thumb in BWV for our fruit and veggies. The meat section in the grocery store shares the same section as the bread does. Does that mean my Rye is at risk for salmonella? Did you really just compare lunch meat to reptile meat Mary? You really are off your rocker. If I was talking lunch meat I would have said Lysteria. Thanks for coming out though Rodg Old Lizard cold cuts with discounts on lettace and tomato.. not exactly sweeney todds, but.. cool. worked with the guy who owns the creature store for one of the festivals, so so clean and attentive to animals, helped him transport them to and fro, he cared for them greatly. The thought of his store being unclean, unbelievable. having worked with many of the junction businesses, this gentlemen is a cut above SHOpthere Tails and Scales Group Inc.2840 Dundas Street West, Toronto, Ontario M6P-1Y7 Telephone: 416-766-PETS (7387)E-mail: email@example.com They don't really mean it, they'll all shop there. They just need something to compalin about. Now that the over priced yoga shop is gone they feel that the neighbourhood's chi is off axis. "Joyce" probably owns Sweat Potato. Leave a Reply Cancel replyComment Name * Email * Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.