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Big Carrot on Danforth
Toronto

http://thebigcarrot.ca

A notable health food plaza and mart in the heart of Danforth.   Popular with local residents.

Photographed by Bryan Groulx of DigitalProperties.ca, a leader in quality 360 virtual tours.

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