List of supermarket chains in the Netherlands

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This is a list of supermarket chains in the Netherlands.

Supermarkets[edit]

Name Stores Parent
Agrimarkt
Albert Heijn 947[1] Netherlands Ahold
Aldi 432[2] Germany Aldi
Attent Netherlands SPAR
Attent Super op vakantie! Netherlands SPAR
Bas van der Heijden (nl) 30 Netherlands Dirk van den Broek
Boni Netherlands Superunie
Coop 150 Netherlands Coop
Coop Compact Netherlands Coop
Dagwinkel Netherlands Van Tol Retail
Deen Netherlands Superunie
DekaMarkt Netherlands Superunie
Digros Formula of Detailresult B.V. Netherlands Superunie
Dirk van den Broek Formula of Detailresult B.V. Netherlands Superunie
EMTÉ 130 Netherlands Sligro Food Group
Golff Formula of Sligro Food Group
Hoogvliet Netherlands Superunie
Jan Linders Netherlands Superunie
Jumbo 580[3]
KC Markt
Kingsalmarkt
Lidl
M&M supermarkten
Makro 17 Wholesale, part of Metro AG
MCD Netherlands Superunie
Nettorama 31 Netherlands Superunie
Plus Formula of Sperwer Holding Netherlands Superunie
Poiesz Poiesz Supermarkets Ltd Netherlands Superunie
Pryma Part of Van Eerd groep (Jumbo)
Sligro Wholesale Netherlands Superunie
Spar Netherlands Superunie
Supercoop Formula of Coop Nederland U.A. Netherlands Superunie
Troefmarkt Formula of Van Tol Retail
VeGe
Vomar 61 Netherlands Superunie

Defunct[edit]

Name Notes
4=6 Formula converted to Plusmarkt, later Plus
A&P Dutch branches were taken over by C1000
Basismarkt
De Boer Became part of Super de Boer
C1000 Became part of Jumbo
DeWit (Komart) Taken over by Coop Supermarkten, Deen and Hoogvliet
Edah Became part of Sligro Food Group and Sperwer Holding
Edah Lekker&Laag Taken over by Laurus, after that, Sligro/Sperwer
Foodfactory
Fred van der Werff
Garantmarkt
Groenwoudt
Grosmarkt Taken over by Hermans Groep and Albert Heijn
Jac Hermans Taken over by A&P
Super de Boer Taken over by Jumbo, part sold to C1000, remaining shops renamed to Jumbo
Konmar Taken over by Albert Heijn, C1000 and Jumbo
Kopak
Kosma
Lekker & Laag Taken over by Laurus, then by Jumbo
MeerMarkt Taken over by Spar
Multi
Sanders Taken over by Sligro Food Group, shops have been renamed to EMTÉ

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Winkels - Albert Heijn". www.ah.nl. Retrieved 2016-03-22. 
  2. ^ "Lidl rukt op, Aldi verliest klanten". www.ad.nl. Algemeen Dagblad. 24 July 2007. Retrieved 26 February 2016. 
  3. ^ "Feiten en cijfers | Jumbo Supermarkten". www.jumbo.com. Retrieved 2016-02-26.