Hannaford Enhances Store Experience

Jacqueline Barba
Digital Editor
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Ahold Delhaize’s Hannaford supermarket chain recently completed a series of upgrades to five existing stores in the Northeast U.S. 

The grocer focused on enhancing customer convenience, upgrading each store’s service offerings, including a greater selection of fresh, quality grab-and-go meal options and local, organic and gluten-free items; expanded pharmacies; additional self-checkout kiosks; and new Hannaford To Go online ordering grocery pickup and delivery locations.

“At Hannaford, we know that the needs and desires of our customers are constantly evolving and that our stores and services should do the same,” said Hannaford vice president of retail operations, Todd Bullen, in a news release. “This series of enhancements is focused on introducing features that make shopping our stores an even easier and more enjoyable experience for our customers, while continuing to provide them with the same quality, fresh products that are synonymous with Hannaford.”


Hannaford completed of remodels at the following locations:

  • H​​​arbor Village Hannaford in Townsend, Massachusetts, which introduced Hannaford To Go online grocery ordering to its shoppers in February.
  • North Avenue Hannaford in the Ethan Allen Shopping Plaza in Burlington, Vermont, which introduced Hannaford To Go to its customers and added four new self-checkout kiosks in February.
  •  Brandon Hannaford in Brandon, Vermont, which is now offering an expanded selection of organic, natural and gluten-free products upon the completion of its remodel in June.
  •  ​​​​​​​Rotterdam Hannaford Rotterdam, New York, which welcomed customers to a newly refaced pharmacy and four additional self-checkout kiosks in June.
  •  ​​​​​​​Leominster Twin City Hannaford in Leominster, Massachusetts, which expanded its full-service pharmacy to meet the growing demand of its shoppers in June.