Netto is a Danish discount supermarket operating in Denmark, Germany, Poland, Sweden, and, via joint venture, in the United Kingdom. In August 2016, the venture will end, as cooperation has ended with Sainsbury's. Netto is owned by Dansk Supermarked Group, which in turn is 19% owned by the Maersk Group. Netto also operates an express version of the store in Denmark, known as "Døgn Netto" ("(24 hour) Day Netto"). Døgn stores offer the same service as regular Netto stores, with longer opening hours and higher prices.
Netto is a 2005 film directed by Robert Thalheim. It is a story of father-son relationship in post-unification Berlin. The song "Mein bester Kumpel" by Peter Tschernig is used throughout the film.
Netto is a French chain of hard discount stores owned by the Les Mousquetaires group. Previously known as Comptoir des Marchands, the chain changed its name to Netto in 2001. As of 2005 there are over 360 Netto stores in France and Portugal.
This chain of stores is neither owned nor affiliated with the Netto owned by the Danish Dansk Supermarked Group or the Netto owned by the German Edeka Group.