List of supermarket chains in Oceania

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This is a list of supermarket chains in Oceania.

Australia[edit]

  1. by parent company

Wesfarmers[edit]

    • Bi-Lo - BI-LO was a chain established in 1979 in South Australia. It was bought out by Coles Myer in 1987.[1] It later expanded nationally. Coles started converting stores from the late 2006. It withdrew from Victoria in 2009, and from NSW in 2016. The last store was located at (Loganholme, Queensland) The store was closed 30 June 2017. Most stores were re-branded as Coles.
    • Coles Supermarkets
    • Pick 'n Pay Hypermarket

Metcash[edit]

    • IGA
    • Supa IGA
    • Shop-Rite (Australian Capital Territory, only 1 store remaining and located at Griffith)
    • Eziway (Western Australia only)
    • IGA X-Press

Progressive Trading Pty Ltd[edit]

    • Progressive Supa IGA (Western Australia only) consists of one store: Shoalwater Supa IGA. Progressive Supa IGA consisted of 15 stores 12 "Progressive Stores" and 3 "Supa IGA Stores" The last Progressive Supa IGA (Spearwood Progressive Supa IGA) closed in February 2019. Leda Supa IGA wss demolished in 2018 while High Wycombe Supa IGA was sold to Pham Group IGA. Progressive is a joint venture between "Progressive Trading Pty Ltd" "BMS Bendigo Retail Group Vic" and "Metcash"

Woolworths Limited[edit]

Independent businesses[edit]

Former Supermarket Chains.[edit]

Foodland Associated Limited Group[edit]

New Zealand[edit]

Current[edit]

Supermarket retailing in New Zealand is a duopoly:

Former[edit]

  • Progressive Enterprises
    • 3 Guys - rebranded as Countdown
    • Big Fresh - rebranded as Woolworths or Countdown
    • Foodtown - rebranded as Countdown
    • Price Chopper - rebranded as Woolworths or Countdown
    • Woolworths - rebranded as Countdown
  • The Warehouse - shut down their supermarket sections but continues to sell some food items
  • Write Price - rebranded as Pak'nSave Mini

Papua New Guinea[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Remember these brands? They disappeared a long time before Dick Smith". NewsComAu. 6 May 2016. Retrieved 23 June 2019.