Hannaford Supermarkets Is Expanding With Two New Locations

By Ghuman


Hannaford Supermarkets is expanding its presence in the Northeast with two new locations. The new stores will be located in Massachusetts and New Hampshire, and will offer customers a wide selection of fresh, quality products at competitive prices. The stores will also feature a variety of services, including a full-service pharmacy, a deli, and a bakery. With these new locations, Hannaford Supermarkets will be able to better serve its customers and provide them with an even greater selection of products and services.

Hannaford Supermarkets Is Expanding With Two New Locations

Hannaford Supermarkets is expanding its reach with two new locations in the Northeast. The new stores will be located in Massachusetts and New Hampshire, and will bring the total number of Hannaford stores to more than 200.

The new stores will offer customers a wide selection of fresh produce, meats, dairy, and other grocery items. They will also feature a full-service pharmacy, a bakery, and a deli. The stores will also offer a variety of prepared foods, including sandwiches, salads, and other grab-and-go items.

Hannaford Supermarkets is a subsidiary of the Delhaize Group, a Belgian-based international food retailer. The company has been in business since 1883 and currently operates stores in the United States, Canada, and Europe.

The two new stores are part of Hannaford’s ongoing expansion efforts. The company has been investing in new stores and remodeling existing ones in order to better serve its customers. The new stores will help the company reach more customers and provide them with a better shopping experience.

Hannaford Supermarkets is committed to providing customers with quality products and services. The company is dedicated to providing a safe and enjoyable shopping experience for its customers. With the addition of two new stores, Hannaford is continuing to expand its reach and provide customers with more options for their grocery needs.

Discerning supermarket shoppers have made it clear: They want self-checkout options, more grab-and-go meals, and online grocery ordering availability. They should be able to select between organic, natural, and gluten-free products. And if possible, all of the above should be offered at a reasonable price.

As the grocery industry faces inflation and disgruntled customers, one grocer is making an attempt to satisfy all the shopper demands by opening new spots and upgrading to add all the extras at its existing locations.

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Hannaford Supermarkets, the popular Maine-based grocer, announced that it is adding two new locations to its fleet of 184 units across the Northeast. The first location in Brunswick, N.Y. opened its doors to the community last week, while the chain also has plans to add a location in its hometown of Scarborough, Maine. The latter will open in 2023.

“All of us at Hannaford are tremendously excited to make our high-quality, fresh food and produce, convenient services such as Hannaford-To-Go, outstanding customer service and everyday low prices available to more shoppers in the Brunswick area,” said Andrea Nickerson, VP of retail operations.

The new supermarket spans 49,000 square feet; while the one in Scarborough will be even larger at 58,000 square feet.

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Additionally, the chain finished remodeling five of its existing locations this summer.

The remodeling projects varied from store to store, but include new self-checkout kiosks in Burlington, Vt.; online grocery ordering in Townsend, Mass.; more organic and gluten-free products in Brandon, Vt.; an overhaul of the pharmacy along with new self-checkout kiosks in Rotterdam, N.Y.; and a larger pharmacy in Leominster, Mass., according to Winsight Grocery Business.

Hannaford officials also pledged that the chain will be powered completely by renewable energy by 2024, and will be a net-zero carbon business by 2040.