List of supermarket chains in Romania

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This is a list of supermarket and other retail chains in Romania . The concept of supermarkets or hypermarkets came to Romania after 1989 and most supermarkets are made up of joint ventures between Romanian and foreign investors. Since 2000, there has been a strong growth in the number of supermarkets in the country, particularly in Bucharest and other main urban areas.

Hypermarkets[edit]

Name Stores First store in Romania Parent
Auchan [1] 31 2006 France Mulliez Group
Carrefour [2] 25 2001 France Carrefour Group
Cora [3] 12 2002 Belgium Louis Delhaize Group
Kaufland [4] 89 2005 Germany Schwarz Gruppe
Real [5] 4 2006 Germany Metro AG

Note: 20 Real stores were acquired by Auchan[1]

Cash & Carry[edit]

Name Stores First store in Romania Parent
Metro [6] 32 1996 Germany Metro AG
Selgros [7] 19 2001 Germany REWE Group

List of cash & carry shops in Romania[edit]

Supermarkets[edit]

Name Stores First store in Romania Parent
Billa [8] 80 1999 Germany REWE Group
Carrefour Market [9] 81 2001 France Carrefour Group
Mega Image [10] 296[2] 1995 Belgium Delhaize Group
Unicarm [11] 72 - Romania Unicarm

List of supermarkets in Romania[edit]


Discount Supermarkets[edit]

Name Stores First store in Romania Parent
Lidl [12] 169 2011 Germany Schwarz Gruppe
Penny Market [13] 150 2005 Germany REWE Group
Profi [14] 246[3] 2000 Belgium Delhaize Group
Penny Market XXL [15] 7 2001 Germany REWE Group

List of supermarkets in Romania[edit]

Convenience Stores[edit]

Name Stores First store in Romania Parent
AB Cool Food 1[4] Belgium Delhaize Group
Shop & Go 94[5] Belgium Delhaize Group

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Home Improvement/Do it yourself/Furniture[edit]

Name Stores First store in Romania
Romania Ambient [16] 16 1995
Romania Arabesque [17] 18 1994
Austria Baumax [18] (in July 2014, acquired by Leroy Merlin[7]) 15 2006
France Bricostore [19] (in June 2013, acquired by Kingfisher; to be rebranded as Brico Dépôt[8]) 15 2002
Romania Dedeman [20] 37 1992
Germany Hornbach [21] 5 2007
Sweden Ikea [22] 1 2007
France Leroy Merlin [23] 1 2011
Romania Mobexpert [24] 36 1993
France Mr. Bricolage [25] 3 2006
Germany OBI [26] 0 2008
Germany Praktiker [27] (in February 2014, acquired by Search Chemicals[7]) 27 2002

Consumer electronics[edit]

Name Stores

Altex

79

Domo

126

Flanco

77

Media Galaxy

13

Technomarket

7

Fashion[edit]

Name Stores

Peek & Cloppenburg

3

See also[edit]

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