Here are just some of the types of products we provide.
Fruit & Veg
nuts and dried fruit, herbs and spices, drinks, snack foods,
cooking and baking products, household and cleaning products, and personal care items.
Galati & Sons is a family owned business that has worked hard to supply fantastic foods to Fremantle locals for over 50 years. Not only do we offer the freshest products but we also take pride in ensuring our customers can get these products at the lowest prices. Since the very beginning, we have also endeavoured to satisfy those who are looking for ethnic ingredients and authentic Italian products that may be difficult to find elsewhere. We have extremely friendly staff members who are always willing to help and provide customers with the best shopping experience possible.
Galati & Sons has become a great representation of Italian culture, striving to maintain the look and feel of a traditional Italian food market. Galati & Sons is not only a significant part of the Galati family's history but it has also had an impact on the history of Fremantle. For over 50 years Galati & Sons has called Fremantle their home and they have had a valuable contribution to the city's heritage. This was recognised in 2008 when they received the Spirit of Heritage award from the Fremantle Society.
We are also just a short walk away from the main Cappucino Strip in Fremantle.
Sat: 7:30am - 6:00pm
Sun: 8:00am - 6:00pm
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