Coppa's Fresh Market - Shop
Coppa's Fresh Market is a Canadian family-owned regional supermarket chain in the Greater Toronto Area. Charles and John Louis "Louie" Coppa originally founded the Highland Farms grocery store chain in 1963; however, the Coppa family split the company between the two brothers in 2013 with three former Highland Farms stores (the North York, Vaughan, and one of the Scarborough locations) being rebranded as Coppa's Fresh Market under a new company owned by Louie Coppa.
Coppa's Fresh Market - History
In 2015, it established the "Nonna Francesca" private label, named after the owner's grandmother. At launch, the label included fresh pasta, pasta sauces, pizza, and frozen entrees
Coppa's Fresh Market - Promotions
We take great pride, passion, and care in bringing you an authentic global shopping experience; one that joins the flavours of the world under one roof with the freshest and widest variety from around the globe and our own backyard. So, thank you for shopping with us. And if you’ve never been to Coppa’s, please come by and discover.
Coppa's Fresh Market - News
At Coppa’s Fresh Market, we know that employees are very important to building a successful business and giving our customers the best shopping experience possible. We take pride in being a very special place for our customers to shop and our employees to work. That’s why we offer an exciting workplace with opportunities to grow, learn and share. If you love creating an exceptional shopping experience and are driven by excellence then we want to hear from you. Come grow your career with us and be part of our expansion initiative. Submit your interest for possible future vacancies, today. Coppa’s Fresh Market conducts ongoing recruitment for possible future vacancies. Applications are kept on file for 3 months. Please indicate which position and location you are applying for in the subject of your e-mail.
Coppa's Fresh Market - More information
The supermarket chain consists of four stores, one each in North York, Scarborough, King City and Downtown Toronto.