Supermarkets in the Netherlands - Statistics and Facts
The grocery landscape in the Netherlands can be divided in two major categories: the regular supermarket chains and the discount chains. In terms of both turnover and customer base, the big four are regular chains Albert Heijn and Jumbo, and discounters Lidl and Aldi. Of these chains Jumbo is the fastest-growing, with 85 new stores opened in 2015. Some of the smaller chains have a more local focus. Chains such as DekaMarkt and Deen are mainly concentrated in Noord-Holland, whereas Plus leans heavily towards the southern part of the country.
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