Veropoulos

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Veropoulos Group
Own-company
Industry Retail (Grocery)
Founded 1973
Headquarters Athens, Greece
Number of locations
201 (2015)
Key people
Kostas and Alekos Veropoulos (Founders)
Products Groceries, consumer goods
Number of employees
6,000 (2011)
Parent Metro S.A.
Website http://www.veropoulos.gr/

Veropoulos (Greek: Βερόπουλος) is a large retail group based in Greece. It holds the SPAR retail franchise for Greece. In Crete, Veropoulos operates stores under the name of Chalkiadakis. Outside Greece, Veropoulos operates supermarkets in the Republic of Macedonia as Vero, and in Serbia as SuperVero. The company was established in 1973, when the first Veropoulos supermarket opened in Athens. As of 2012, the company owns 185 stores in Greece, 10 stores in the Republic of Macedonia and six hypermarkets in Serbia. In Greece, Veropoulos is the fourth-biggest supermarket chain in terms of market share. The firm belongs to the Veropoulos family who are also the founders of the company.

Stores[edit]

These were the stores of Veropoulos as of June 2015:

Country Stores
 Greece 185
Republic of Macedonia Republic of Macedonia 10
 Serbia 6

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