Gazzalli’s Supermarket Celebrates 10 Years in Business

Oakland, California (EastBayDaily) — After a decade of being in business, Gazzali's Supermarket is gearing up to share their excitement with customers during a 17 day-long raffle event. The 10-year anniversary event will last from May 1-16 and raffle winners will be announced Saturday, May 17. Gazzali’s Supermarket is located at 7000 Bancroft Ave. in the Eastmont Town Center in Oakland, CA 94605.

Between May 1 and May 16, shoppers will receive a raffle ticket with any purchase. The ticket will enter them into a raffle being held Saturday, May 17 for a chance to win one of the supermarket’s raffle prizes. However, customers do not need to be present for the announcement of the raffle winners.

Gazzalli's Supermarket’s doors opened in 2004 and it has thrived ever since. The supermarket was established to create an easy shopping experience for customers by implementing a simple layout divided into five specific departments: Produce, Bakery, Meat, Deli/Taqueria and Spirits.

Due to their commitment to continuously offering large selections of fresh meats, fruits, vegetables and other grocery items at affordable prices. Gazzali’s Supermarket continues to grow and bring in more customers. Shoppers are also pleased with their selection of specialty Cajun food and authentic Latino products and professional customer service.

Shoppers interested in celebrating 10 years of success and growth should head on over to Gazzalli's Supermarket to get their raffle tickets in May. To learn more, visit

Gazzali’s Supermarket is conveniently located at 7000 Bancroft Ave. in the Eastmont Town Center in Oakland. Gazzali’s was established in 2004 at this location. Their mission is to provide the freshest meats, fruits, vegetables and a wide range of groceries at the lowest prices while providing the friendliest customer service possible. They strive to provide many specialty Cajun food products that are hard to find as well as authentic Latino goods to satisfy their multi-cultured patrons.


Mike Gazzali