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Super Indo is Indonesia’s largest supermarket chain
It was the first supermarket in Indonesia to give customers incentives to not use plastic bags
In 2016 it launched Lion Express, a franchise format, with the first store opening in South Jakarta
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In 2016 Super Indo won its fourth consecutive Corporate Image Award, for companies with positive customer reputations”
Super Indo was established in 1997 through a partnership between former Delhaize and the Indonesian retail company the Salim Group. It is known for its wide variety of fresh products, particularly its fresh meat, and its affordable prices. Most stores are located in densely populated areas such as Jakarta, Bandung, Surabaya and Yogyakarta.
Super Indo is a leader in sustainable retailing. Its approach to waste management has won acknowledgment from organizations such as the Indonesian Solid Waste Association and it partners with local farmers and small and medium enterprises to promote local economies.
Ahold Delhaize owns a 51% share in Super Indo.