Supermarkets in Romania


Supermarkets in Romania

The Romanian supermarket industry is a highly successful market in the retail area. 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.

Here is a directory of all major supermarket chains operating in Romania:

* Auchan (4 hypermarkets & 1 supermarket)
* Carrefour (15 hypermarkets)
* Cora (3 hypermarkets)
* Kaufland (31 hypermarkets)
* Metro (23 cash and carry stores)
* Real (16 hypermarkets)
* Selgros (17 cash and carry stores)
* Billa (28 supermarkets)
* Penny Market XXL (5 discount hypermarkets)
* Penny Market (40 discount supermarkets)
* Spar (1 hypermarket & 12 supermarkets)
* Plus super discount markets (50 discount supermarkets)
* Profi (35 supermarkets)
* Artima (22 supermarkets)
* Mega Image (22 supermarkets)
* Albinuta (9 supermarkets)
* Pic (2 hypermarkets)
* G'market (7 supermarkets)
* miniMAX Discount (11 discount supermarkets)
* Angst (23 supermarkets)
* La Fourmi (11 supermarkets in Bucharest)
* Oncos (23 supermarkets in Cluj-Napoca area)
* Mara (2 supermarkets in Focsani)
* CBA
* Interex (9 supermarkets)
* Cris-Tim
* Altex (over 90 stores)
* Flanco (over 100 stores)
* Domo (110 stores)
* Media Galaxy (14 stores)
* DIY hypermarkets:
** Praktiker (20 stores)
** Bricostore (9 stores)
** Mr. Bricolage (1 store)
** Baumax (5 stores)
** Hornbach (1 store)
** OBI (stores under construction)
** Arabesque (13 stores)
** Brithouse (1 store)
** Interhome (2 stores)
** Ambient (11 stores)
** Dedeman (9 stores)
* Ikea (1 store)
* Mobexpert (33 stores)
* Fidelio Supermarket
* Nic
* Vox Maris

Future entrances of supermarket chains into the Romanian market:

* Wal Mart
* Tesco
* Lidl (2007-2009)
* Aldi (2007)
* Mercator
* Julius Meinl


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