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 ...

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