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1992-1999 1999-2001 2001-2004 2004-present

Supermercados Peruanos S.A., also known by its acronym SPSA, is the conglomerate that controls Plaza Vea and Vivanda supermarkets, Mass wineries and Economax cash and carry stores, owned by Intercorp.

Supermercados Santa Isabel Perú

1994-1999

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The conglomerate began in 1994 when the Chilean supermarket chain Santa Isabel (currently owned by Cencosud) began operations in Peru.

The brand logo was the same used in Chile.

1999-2001

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In 1999, the Peruvian variant used the same new logo of the Chilean variant.

In 2001, Santa Isabel ceased to be the name of the conglomerate and the name of the owner of Santa Isabel was used at that time, however the Santa Isabel brand continued to operate in Peru until its purchase from Cencosud in 2009.

Ahold Perú

2001-2004

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In 2001, the company began to be called Ahold Peru and the logo was the same as the Dutch transnational company used until 2016.

In 2003, following the Ahold crisis, it sold all its operations to Intercorp and is renamed to its current denomination.

Supermercados Peruanos

2004-present

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On January 1, 2004, Ahold Peru was renamed Supermercados Peruanos S.A. and the logo was a curved border of red and above a green star that resembles leaves, forming a tomato, on the right the name "Supermercados" of green color and below, the word "Peruanos" of red color and the acronym "SA" in red color too, all in FF Meta typefaces.

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