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  2. List of supermarket chains in the United Kingdom - Wikipedia

    This is a list of supermarket chains in the United Kingdom.Grocery sales in the UK are dominated by Tesco, Asda, Sainsbury's and Morrisons.These, dubbed the "big four", had a combined market share of 73.2% of the UK grocery market in the 12 weeks ending 4 January 2015, a decline from 74.1% in 2007.

  3. Grand Union (supermarket) - Wikipedia

    The strip was to include a new Grand Union store with an office tower attached that would serve as the company's new corporate headquarters. The store and new headquarters opened in 1951. In 1987, Grand Union moved its corporate headquarters to Willowbrook Center in Wayne , abandoning its Elmwood Park offices.

  4. Tesco - Wikipedia

    Tesco plc (/ ˈ t ɛ s. k oʊ /) is a British multinational groceries and general merchandise retailer headquartered in Welwyn Garden City, England. It is the third-largest retailer in the world measured by gross revenues and the ninth-largest in the world measured by revenues.

  5. Walter Mart - Wikipedia

    Walter Mart Supermarket is located within most Walter Mart malls. The first supermarket started in E. Rodriguez, Quezon City . In 1995, the owners entered into a partnership with International Grocers Alliance (IGA) , making it the only supermarket chain in the Philippines to become a member of the organization.

  6. Metro Inc. - Wikipedia

    The company is based in Montreal, Quebec with head office at 11011 Boulevard Maurice-Duplessis. Metro is the third largest grocer in Canada, after Loblaw Companies Limited and Sobeys. There are 365 namesake locations in Ontario and Quebec. Super C is the discount supermarket division operated in Quebec with 72 stores, averaging 4,000 m 2 ...

  7. Somerfield - Wikipedia

    In July 2008, the Co-operative Group announced a deal to purchase Somerfield for £1.57 billion, creating the fifth largest supermarket chain in the UK. It was confirmed on 20 October 2008 that the Office of Fair Trading had approved the sale of Somerfield under the condition that 133 stores must be sold.

  8. King Kullen - Wikipedia

    History. King Kullen was founded by Michael J. Cullen, a former Kroger employee who devised the concept of the modern supermarket.While the branch manager of the Herrin, Illinois branch of the Kroger Grocery & Baking Company stores, managing 94 small stores, Cullen wrote a six-page letter to John Bonham, a Kroger vice-president, proposing a new type of food store with a focus on low prices ...

  9. Waitrose - Wikipedia

    Waitrose & Partners (formally Waitrose Limited) is a brand of British supermarkets, founded in 1904 as Waite, Rose & Taylor, later shortened to Waitrose.It was acquired in 1937 by employee-owned retailer John Lewis Partnership, which still sells groceries under the brand.