Dansk Supermarked A/S (The Danish Supermarket Ltd) is a corporation owning several chains of stores. The store chains under Dansk Supermarked only operate in Denmark, except Netto which has expanded to several European countries.
The corporation was founded by Herman Salling as Jysk Supermarked, but the name was changed to the Dansk Supermarked Gruppen when Herman Salling partnered with the A.P. Moller-Maersk Group in 1964. The major focus for Danish Supermarket going forward is substantial growth.
The store chains owned by Dansk Supermarked are: -
Netto - discount supermarkets
Føtex - large supermarkets (with many non food items)
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