Top 10 Supermarket Retail Chains in Türkiye

By Steve Wynne-Jones
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Top 10 Supermarket Retail Chains in Türkiye

The annual inflation rate in Türkiye accelerated to 64.8% in December 2023, the highest level since November 2022, according to the Turkish Statistical Institute.

The month-on-month inflation rate, however, dropped to 2.9% down from 3.3% in November, while food prices touched three-month highs, up 72%, from November’s 67.2% increase.

The central bank (CBRT) noted in November that the existing level of domestic demand, stickiness in services inflation, and geopolitical risks keep inflation pressures alive.

However, recent indicators suggest that domestic demand continues to moderate as monetary tightening is reflected in financial conditions.

CBRT further noted that inflation expectations and pricing behaviour have started to show signs of improvement.


Here's an overview of the top ten supermarket retail chains in Türkiye, according to their most recently-available full-year turnover. All data is supplied by Retail-Index.

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1. BIM
Turnover: €7.05 billion (2021)

BIM, with some 9,760 stores, is the largest supermarket retail chain in Türkiye. Founded in 1995, BIM offers products at low prices, with a focus on food and household essentials.

2. Migros
Turnover: €5.65 billion (2021)

Migros operates multiple banners/brands including M, MM, MMM, 5M, Kipa, M, Macro Center and Migros Jet. Dating back to 1954, Migros is the second-largest supermarket retail chain in Türkiye, with 3,004 outlets.


3. SOK Market
Turnover: €2.84 billion (2021)

SOK Market is one of the largest supermarket retail chains in Türkiye with 10,281 outlets. SOK Market was founded in 1995.

4. Metro C&C
Turnover: €1 billion (2021- estimated)

Wholesaler Metro C&C operates under the Metro banner and has 34 outlets in Türkiye.

5. Carrefour
Turnover: €936 million (2021)

Carrefour operates under several banners in Türkiye, including Carrefour Express, Carrefour Hypermarket, and Champion. The French retailer, which entered the Turkish market in 1993, has 850 stores in the country.

6. Bizim Toptan
Turnover: €717 million (2021)

Founded in 2001, Bizim Toptan operates 180 stores in Türkiye.


7. A101

Part of Yeni Magazacilik A.Ş. and founded in 2008, A101 is a rapidly growing supermarket retail chain in Türkiye with around 12,000 outlets in the country.

8. Ekomini

Ekomini was established in 2012 and has approximately 1,000 stores in Türkiye.

9. Onur

With nearly 40 years of experience in food retailing, Özen Group opened its first supermarket in 1996 in Istanbul under the name Onur.

It has 113 stores in Türkiye.


10. Hakmar

Hakmar was established in 1997 and has 32 stores in Türkiye.

About Retail-Index

Retail-Index is a specialist supplier of management information on consumer retail markets, provided by Veraart Research Group in the Netherlands. Its mission is to supply managers with up-to-date key information on retail markets in Europe and support them in their international expansion.

The company dates back to 1964, when it started as a market research and marketing consulting company for consumer products and services. In 1989, it started publishing written reports on various retail sectors in Europe. As of 2005, it publishes its information on retailers through the online database and curated datasheet exports available on A team of researchers manages the data to reflect upon current developments in the markets, collected from an extensive number of sources.

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