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26, quai Michelet, TSA 30008 Levallois Perret France
At the junction of groceries, merchandise, and services, you'll find Carrefour (which means "crossroads"). The world's second-largest retailer (behind Wal-Mart), Carrefour operates more than 12,500 stores under some two dozen names, including hypermarkets (Carrefour), supermarkets (Champion), convenience stores (Shopi, Marché Plus), discount stores (Dia, Ed), and cash-and-carry stores (Promocash) in about 30 countries in Europe, Latin America, and Asia. France accounts for nearly half of the retailer's sales. Carrefour secured its spot as the #1 European retailer (based on sales) when it merged with food retailer Promodès early in 2000 and raised its banner over those stores.
 Business Ethics
- GUATELMALA: Supermarket Giants Crush Farmers: "Across Latin America, supermarket chains partly or wholly owned by global corporate goliaths like Ahold, Wal-Mart and Carrefour have revolutionized food distribution in the short span of a decade and have now begun to transform food growing, too."
- US: Food Companies Criticized Over Health Commitments: "Many of the world's top food companies are not doing enough to help cut the salt, fat and sugar which are contributing to a global, diet-related health crisis, according to a report on Tuesday."
 Brands and Subsidiaries
- Supermarkets - Carrefour, Atacadao (Brazil), Champion, Dia, Minipreço (Portugal), Ed (France)
- Convenience stores - Marché Plus, Shopi, 8 à Huit and Proxi in France, and DiperDi in Italy