List of supermarket chains in Oceania
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- Bi-Lo - BI-LO was a chain established in 1979 in South Australia. It was bought out by Coles Myer in 1987. 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
- 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"
- 7 Star Supermarket (New South Wales only)
- About Life (New South Wales and Victoria only)
- Aldi Australia
- Bernadi's Fresh Format supermarket chain with 5 stores in Central West NSW.
- Big Save Supermarkets (Western Australia only) Consists of 3 Stores: Kwinana, Wangara and Midland Centrepoint. The Bunbury store, Warnbro Centre store and Mirrabooka Square store have since closed.
- Costco (Australian Capital Territory, New South Wales, Queensland, South Australia and Victoria)
- Farmer Jack's (Western Australia only)
- Fishers (Victoria and Mount Gambier only)
- Foodland IGA Supermarkets (South Australia and Queensland only)
- Fresh Provisions (Western Australia only)
- Friendly Grocer (Australian Capital Territory, New South Wales, Queensland and Victoria)
- Harris Farm Markets
- India At Home (Melbourne only)
- Kaufland Australia rapidly expanding subsidiary of German hypermarket retailer. 15 planned locations in Victoria, Queensland, SA and NSW.
- Macro Wholefoods (New South Wales and Victoria only)
- Maloney's (New South Wales only)
- Miracle Supermarkets (New South Wales only)
- MKS Spices 'N Things Asian supermarket (South Asian, South East Asian and East Asian) (Victoria only)
- NQR (Victoria only)
- Spudshed (Western Australia only)
- Star Mart at Petrol Stations
- Supabarn (Australian Capital Territory and New South Wales)
- The Green Grocer (New South Wales only)
- Tong Li Asian Supermarket (New South Wales only)
- Valuemart (Queensland only)
- Le Max Group Supermarkets
- SPAR Australia Limited
Former Supermarket Chains.
Foodland Associated Limited Group
- Action Supermarkets (Queensland, Northern NSW, Western Australia only) 49 stores sold to and rebranded as Woolworths, remaining stores rebranded as IGA in 2006.
- Action Food Barns
- Advantage Supermarkets
- Dewsons Supermarkets
- Dewsons Express Supermarkets
- Supa Valu Supermarkets
- Foodland Supermarkets (Western Australia Only) - Same name as the stores in South Australia and Northern Territory but not financially related.
- Rules Supermarkets
- Cheap Foods Supermarkets
- BI-Lo Supermarkets (Western Australia only)
- WOOLWORTHS LIMITED
- Food For Less - chain of supermarkets located in the Australian states of New South Wales and Queensland. Last store located at Beresfield, NSW now Rebranded with WoolWorths signage
- Other Former supermarkets
- Arrow Supermarkets
Rebranded as FoodWorks in 2003.
- Franklins (sold to Metcash in 2010)
- Franklins Big Fresh (Queensland, New South Wales and Victoria only)
All stores closed or sold off in 2001
- BBC Supermarket
- Toowoomba, located beside Myer Toowoomba
- Betta Value (Western Australia only)
consisted of one store located at Charthouse (Waikiki) and was renamed IGA
- Budget Rite Foodmarkets
- Buy Rite
Taken over by AUR in the 1990s, rebranded as FoodWorks in 2003.
- Cannon Supermarkets (ACT?)
Taken over by Woolworths Limited, stores rebranded as Woolworths
- Charlie Carters (Western Australia only)
- Clancy's (Western Australia only)
Rebranded as IGA in 2006.
- Dickens Foodmarkets
- Giants supermarket qld
- Super Q store qld
- woodridge meremaid waters aspley/pick n pay
- Festival Supermarkets
Rebranded as IGA in 2000.
- Foodland supermarkets (Western Australia only)
Rebranded as Eziway Food store
- Foodland Supermarket (South Australia only)
rebranded Foodland IGA
- Food Master
- Four Square WA (Western Australia only
Rebranded as Eziway in 2004
- Fresco Supermarkets (New South Wales only)
All but one store were taken over and rebranded as Franklins in 2002.
- Harry Heaths (Victoria metro Melbourne only) - Heidelberg, Forest Hill, Nunawading, Chirnside Park, Epping Plaza, Balwyn became part of SSW
- Half Case
- Jack the Slasher Supermarkets (Queensland, South Australia, New South Wales)
Renamed to Food For Less in the early 1980s
- Jewel Supermarkets
Rebranded as IGA in 2000
- Nancarrows (Victoria only)
Woolworths sold this division to Davids Holdings, many rebranded as Foodtown and Welcome Mart.
- Newmart (Western Australia only)
Rebranded as Coles in 2003. Some Stores sold to FAL and rebranded as Action.
- Payless Supermarkets
- Rainbow Supermarkets
- Rockingham Factory Outlet consisted of one store within the City of Rockingham at United Cinemas complex (Western Australia only)
- Purity(Tasmania only)
Rebranded as Woolworths in 2002
- Roelf Vos (Tasmania only)
Rebranded as Woolworths in 2002
- Safeway Supermarkets
(Re-branded as "Woolworths" between 1985-2017)
- Shoeys (New South Wales only)
Rebranded as Bi-Lo in 1987
- SSW. Mainly in Victoria.
SSW stood for 'Self Service Wholesalers', but was always branded as SSW. Biography of Stuart Stoneman, owner of the chain Animated TV ad, Racing themed SSW TV ad
- Stammers Supermarket (Western Australia only) A Family owned supermarket chain consisting of 2 Supermarkets 1. PALMYRA - Now trading as WoolWorths Supermarket 2. Winthrop - Now trading as SUPA IGA
- Supa Valu (Western Australia)
- Super K Mart
converted to Coles supermarkets and K Mart discount department stores in the early 1990s
- Top Valu (Western Australia only)
consisted of one store in Maylands and was rebadged as IGA
Supermarket retailing in New Zealand is a duopoly:
- Woolworths NZ (formerly Progressive Enterprises)
- Progressive Enterprises
- The Warehouse - shut down their supermarket sections but continues to sell some food items
- Write Price - rebranded as Pak'nSave Mini
Papua New Guinea
- Stop N Shop Supermarket chain belonging to CPL Group who also own chemist and hardware outlets.
- TST Supermarkets
- "Remember these brands? They disappeared a long time before Dick Smith". NewsComAu. 6 May 2016. Retrieved 23 June 2019.