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Cataldi Fresh Market Flyer

Cataldi Flyer - In 1996, the Cataldi family opened a second location called "Cataldi Supermarket Ltd". In the year 2000, The Cataldi family decided to import Italian specialty products such as olive oils, balsamic vinegars, fancy cuts of pasta, tomato sauce, cookies, not to mention our traditional, Easter and Christmas specialty cakes, and other gourmet products that are exclusively available at Cataldi's.

In 2004, Cataldi Supermarket was chosen "Best of the Best" independent grocery store in the North York community. Cataldi Supermarket is a proud member of the Canadian Federation of Independent Grocery and the Canadian Restaurant Federation Association.

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