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What are the top ten largest supermarkets in the world?Today we list the top 10 chain supermarket in the world. Let us take a look.

We can't live without supermarkets, especially those who live in cities. Supermarkets are one of the world's largest and arguably most profitable industries. Many of them choose to register their business in China. There are many supermarket brands in the world. Supermarkets are places that people often visit in their daily life, no matter what they eat, drink or use. Then what are the top ten largest supermarkets in the world?Today we list the top 10 chain supermarket in the world. Let us take a look.
 
1.Walmart-USA
Walmart is the world's largest retail company, founded by Sam Walton in 1962, Walmart was founded on October 31, 1969, with 8,500 stores in 15 countries.This company is a worldwide chain enterprise in the United States. In terms of turnover, it is also the largest company in the world. It can be said that it is one of the most successful companies.
Walmart stores Inc., also known as WalMart Inc. (NYSE: WMT), is a global chain enterprise in the United States. It is the world's largest company by turnover and is controlled by the Walton family. Headquartered in Bentonville, Arkansas, USA.
Walmart is mainly engaged in the retail industry, and it has the largest number of employees in the world, ranking the first among the fortune 500 companies in the United States for four consecutive years.Walmart has 8,500 stores in 15 countries.Walmart operates in all 50 states and Puerto Rico.Walmart mainly has four business modes, including Walmart shopping plaza, Sam's club, Walmart store and Walmart community store.

 
2.Metro - Germany
Metro, founded in 1964, is a diversified retail/wholesale/cash and transport group based in Dusseldorf, Germany, with the largest market share in the country and branches in 32 countries.
Metro warehouse is a combination of supermarket and warehouse, which also saves the company a lot of costs. The annual turnover of metro warehouse is 59.219 billion euros, which was calculated in 2015 and now ranks third in this list.

3.Tesco-England
Tesco is a global grocery and department store headquartered in Cheshire, UK. Founded in 1919, the company has stores in 14 countries in Asia, Europe and North America.It entered the Chinese market in 2004, and now has 115 hypermarkets in China. It is a well-developed retailer in China

4.Carrefour - France
Carrefour, founded in 1959, is the pioneer of hypermarket, the largest retailer in Europe and the second largest international retail chain group in the world. Headquartered in boulogne -- biancourt, France, it was opened in annecy suburb on January 1, 1958. It is the pioneer of hypermarket, the largest retailer in Europe and the second largest international retail chain group in the world.
Carrefour, which operates in 30 countries and regions, ranks second on the list with an annual turnover of $87.474 billion. Now it has more than 11,000 retail units operating in 30 countries and regions.The group leads the market in three main business types: hypermarkets, supermarkets and discount stores.In addition, carrefour has developed convenience stores and members-only outlets in some countries.

5.LIDL-France
Founded in the 1930s by a member of the Schwartz family, LIDL is a fast-growing German retailer that now operates in 20 European countries.Together with ALDI, it drove wal-mart, the world's biggest retailer, out of Germany, making it famous. It now has 7,271 stores worldwide, founded in 1930.

 
6.Kroger-USA
Kroger was founded in 1883 as an American supermarket chain in Cincinnati, Ohio. As of 2010, Kroger has 3,619 stores, 170,000 employees and annual sales of $19.1 billion. It mainly operates food stores and pharmacies, so it is different from regular supermarkets.

7.Costco-USA
Costco wholesale is the largest chain of membership-based warehouse stores in the United States and one of the largest fine wine retailers, the third largest in the United States and the ninth largest in the world in 2009. In 2017, costco, the founder of the members-only warehouse and wholesale club, is now number seven on the list after years of growth.
COSTCO Wholesale, the world's first members-only Wholesale warehouse, originated in 1976 at the PRICE CLUB in San Diego, California and seven years later in Seattle, Washington.After more than a decade of success, the two companies merged to form PRICECOSTCO in October 1993 and changed its name to COSTCO Wholesale in July 1998.
Today costco operates more than 581 stores in eight countries, with an annual turnover of more than $77.9 billion and the best service for more than 62 million members.Costco is the world's largest membership-based warehouse and wholesale retailer by sales. Since its inception, Costco has been committed to providing its members with high-quality branded goods at the lowest possible price.
Costco continues to introduce new and distinctive imports to increase the variability of its products, giving back to members in response to price cuts or lower import taxes.At present, costco operates hundreds of stores all over the world, with a wide variety of products, and treats its members with many special services and rights, all of which are aimed at keeping customers happy when they are in shopping.

8.ALDI-France
ALDI is a discount supermarket chain based in Germany. Founded by brothers Carl and theo albrecht, ALDI is a century-old enterprise with more than 10,000 stores worldwide.
Founded in 1913, ALDI is the largest supermarket chain in Germany. It officially entered the Chinese market in 2017 and has set up a flagship store online to open more sales channels.

9.The Home Depot-USA
Home depot is a leading retailer of home improvement and construction products and services in the United States. It is also the world's leading retailer of home improvement products with 2,248 stores in the United States, Canada, Mexico and China.Founded in 1978, the company has more than 355,000 employees and is actively expanding its overseas business. For example, it now has five stores in China.
Home depot is the national depot.The world's leading retailer of home building materials and the second largest retailer in the United States, home depot operates 2,234 chain stores in the United States, Canada, Mexico and China.Home depot has been named the "most popular specialty retailer" by fortune magazine for nine consecutive years.
"Most admired specialty retailer" and "most admired company" by fortune magazine.There are more than 1,200 stores in the United States and 133 overseas.On the evening of June 7, 2017, fortune magazine released its latest top 500 list, home depot ranked 23rd.In June 2017, home depot ranked 24th in the BrandZ top 100 most valuable global brands 2017.

 
10.Target
Target, founded in 1902, is an American retail company headquartered in Minneapolis, Minnesota.It is the second largest discount retailer in the United States, after wal-mart, but only ranks 10th on this list, with 1,330 stores in 47 states and online shopping sites. It has grown over the years to become one of the global retail giants.