Wollongong Nut and Deli Hut on Kembla Street has been opened for 33 years and is owned by Chris Kizi.
The store stocks a range of Middleastern and Mediterranean foods, including nuts, dried fruit, pulses, flours and deli products.
The Bilal Mosque store on Bethlehem Street in Cringila has been opened for 25 years. It is a non for profit organisation run to support the mosque. The store is staffed by volunteers. Bahtiyar Ozturk is the the president of the Islamic Society.
The store specialises in foods from Lebanon, Syria and Turkey; including spices, halva, pickles, jams, rose water, traditional dried figs, apricots, dates and Turkish Delight.
On Victoria Street in Wollongong is Habib Halal Butchery. The store is owned by Sayeda Haque and her husband is Habibul Haque. It has been opened for 9 years.
There are a range of products available for making Bangladshi, Indian and Packistan meals, including legumes, teas, sauces, samosa, spices and meats.
Oscars on Cowper Street in Warrawong stocks Spanish, Portuguse and Italian foods. They specialise in jamon and chorizo.
At Wan Long Oriental Supermarkt on Campbell Street you’ll finds products from many asian countries. Store owner Limei Zhang said that about 60% of her customers are locals and the other 40% are oversease students.
If you are after European hams, biscuits, olives and pastas, you’ll find it at Reagles’s Gourmt Deli in Figtree. They also have a large selection of cheeses from France, Italy, Spain and Holland. The store has been opened for 30 years.