Sainsbury says it is "monitoring" neonicintinoid products as an EU appeal commitee's decision on the pesticides looms.
A representative said: "At present we have not banned the use of neonicotinoids in plant protection products but we are monitoring the situation very closely."
Marks & Spencer is reviewing its position on the pesticides and will announce an update in a month, a representative said, while Tesco said it will be guided by government advice.
Waitrose said last week it will phase out three Bayer and Syngenta neonicotinoid pesticides from its supply chain by the end of 2014.
The Co-Operative Group banned the use of neonicotinoids in own-brand fresh produce in 2009. Many garden centres and DIYs have withdrawn products containing the ingredient this year.
The EU commission proposed in January to suspend use of three neonicotinoids, Bayer's imidacloprid and clothianidin, and Syngenta's thiamethoxam. The European Food Safety Authority said in January they are a risk to bee health.
The EU environment commitee failed to agree last month on either approving or rejecting the suggested two-year ban.
An appeal committee is expected to meet by the end of the month, probably April 29, to discuss the proposed ban, a spokesman for the European Commission, told Horticulture Week.
Syngenta and Bayer said the pesticides are not a risk to bee health.