List of supermarket chains in South America

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This is a list of supermarket chains in South America.

Argentina[edit]

Bolivia[edit]

Brazil[edit]

Chile[edit]

  • Jumbo (owned by Cencosud)
  • Santa Isabel (owned by Cencosud)
  • Líder (owned by Walmart-Chile)
  • Superbodega Acuenta (owned by Walmart-Chile)
  • Tottus (owned by Falabella)
  • Unimarc (owned by SMU S.A.)

Colombia[edit]

  • Alkosto (cash & carry)
  • Almacenes la 14
  • Almacenes Éxito owned by Groupe Casino
    • Almacenes Ley (brand of Almacenes Exito)
    • Bodegas Surtimax (cash & carry, brand of Almacenes Exito)
    • Cafam (rebranded to Almacenes Exito in 2010)
    • Carulla (brand of Almacenes Exito)
    • Pomona (brand of Almacenes Exito)
    • SuperLEY (rebranded to Almacenes Ley in 2003)
    • Vivero (rebranded to Almacenes Exito in 2007)
  • Almacenes Olímpica
    • SAO (hypermarkets to Olimpica)
  • Ara (from 2013, brand to Jeronimo Martins)
  • Jumbo
  • Metro
  • Carrefour
  • Colsubsidio
  • Cooratiendas
  • Consumo
  • D1 (first discounter supermarket in Colombia)
  • Euro supermercado
  • Makro (cash & carry)
  • Super Inter
  • Surtifruver de la Sabana (fruits and vegetables)
  • Tía
  • Yep (gone into liquidation)

Ecuador[edit]

Paraguay[edit]

Peru[edit]

Uruguay[edit]

Venezuela[edit]

References[edit]