List of supermarket chains in Denmark

Norwegian NorgesGruppen owns a 49% stake in Dagrofa.

This is a list of supermarket chains in Denmark.

Supermarkets

NameStoresType of storeParent
SPAR120[1]convenienceDagrofa
Min købmand (SPAR)200[1]convenienceDagrofa
Meny190[1]full serviceDagrofa
7-Eleven177[2]convenienceReitan Group
Netto500[3]discountSalling Group
DøgnNetto45convenienceDansk Supermarked A/S
Kvickly81full serviceCoop Danmark
Aldi244discountAldi
Bilka18hypermarketDansk Supermarked A/S
Dagli'Brugsen375
(including LokalBrugsen)[4]
Coop Danmark
SuperBrugsen230[5]Coop Danmark
Fakta420[6]discountCoop Danmark
FaktaQconvenienceCoop Danmark
føtex88[7]department storeDansk Supermarked A/S
Irma71full-service, organic foodCoop Danmark
Irma CityconvenienceCoop Danmark
Kiwi0[8]discountDagrofa
Lidl98discountLidl
LokalBrugsen375
(including Dagli'Brugsen)[4]
convenienceCoop Danmark
Let-Køb100[1]Dagrofa
Løvbjerg16[9]full-serviceLøvbjerg Supermarket A / S
REMA 1000317[2]discountReitan Group

Defunct supermarkets

References

  1. "Dagrofa i dag". Dagrofa. Archived from the original on 2015-04-02.
  2. "Butikkoversikt | Reitangruppen". Reitangruppen.no (in Norwegian Bokmål). Retrieved 2018-10-25.
  3. "Netto Hits A Milestone With 500th Store In Denmark". Esmmagazine.com. Retrieved 23 June 2019.
  4. "Dagli'Brugsen & LokalBrugsen". Coop Danmark.
  5. "SuperBrugsen". Coop Danmark.
  6. "fakta". Coop Danmark.
  7. "Key number". Dansk Supermarked A/S. 2014.
  8. "Discountkæden KIWI lukker i Danmark" [The discount chain KIWI closes in Denmark] (PDF) (Press release) (in Danish). 2017-04-28. Retrieved 2017-04-28.
  9. "Butikker". Løvbjerg.
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