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List of supermarket chains in Greece

This is a list of supermarket chains in Greece.

Supermarkets

Name Stores Type of store Parent
Alfa-Beta Vassilopoulos 316[1] Supermarket Delhaize Group
Bazaar 99[2] Supermarket Bazaar
Carrefour Express 333[3] Supermarket Marinopoulos Group
Carrefour Marinopoulos 329[3] Supermarket Marinopoulos Group
Chalkiadakis 38[4] Supermarket Sklavenitis
Kritikos 85[5] Supermarket Kritikos SM
Lidl 226 Supermarket Schwarz Gruppe
Market In 125[6] Supermarket Market In
Market In daily's 9[6] Supermarket Market In
Market In economy 5[6] Supermarket Market In
Masoutis (incl. Green) 230[7] Supermarket Diamandis Masoutis
My Market 65[8] Supermarket Metro
OK Anytime Markets 97[3] Convenience store Marinopoulos Group
Proton 617 Supermarket Each store independently owned
Sklavenitis 107 Supermarket Sklavenitis
Smile Market 106[3] Convenience store Marinopoulos Group
Veropoulos 185 Supermarket Sklavenitis

Hypermarkets

Name Stores Type of store Parent
Carrefour 35[3] Hypermarket Marinopoulos Group
Grand Masoutis 10[7] Hypermarket Diamandis Masoutis
Sklavenitis 3 Hypermarket Sklavenitis

Cash&Carry

Name Stores Type of store Parent
ENA 14[9] Cash and carry Delhaize Group
Makro 9[10] Cash and carry Sklavenitis
Masoutis Cash & Carry 19[7] Cash and carry Diamandis Masoutis
Metro 45[11] Cash and carry Metro
Terra Market 6[3] Cash and carry Marinopoulos Group

Defunct supermarket chains

See also

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