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Hannaford To Open New Supermarket In Scarborough, ME

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Hannaford Supermarkets has announced plans to open a second store in Scarborough, Maine, at 417 Payne Road.

The 58,000-square-foot store at Payne Road will offer thousands of natural and organic products, as well as store-brand offerings such as Taste of Inspirations, Hannaford and Nature’s Promise.

Hannaford expects to begin construction in early 2023 and open that summer. It is expected to employ about 150 full- and part-time employees.

“Growing our business in our own backyard is a huge point of pride. We look forward to making it even easier for Scarborough-area customers to do their grocery shopping for the week or pick up that one item they need,” said Todd Bullen, VP of operations. “We are proud to invest further in our state, bring new jobs to the area and strengthen our relationship with the community.”

The supermarket will offer a full-service pharmacy; Hannaford To Go curbside pickup and delivery; and a selection of ready-to-cook and ready-to-eat items. The location will also offer the My Hannaford Rewards, a program that allows users to earn two percent rewards on all private brand purchases and receive personalized coupons.

“The new store will be an active member of the Scarborough community, contributing to local nonprofit organizations, civic groups and hunger-relief efforts,” Bullen said. 

In 2021, Hannaford donated more than 25 million pounds of food to hunger relief organizations.

The new store will mark Hannaford’s 186th store when it opens, including 65 locations in Maine.

Hannaford Supermarkets operates 185 stores located in Maine, New York, Massachusetts, New Hampshire and Vermont, most with full-service pharmacies. The company employs about 30,000 employees. Additional information about the grocer can be found at Hannaford.com.

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