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Hannaford Supermarket Corporate Office Address

Hannford Brothers Company, Inc.
145 Pleasant Hill Road
Scarborough, Maine 04074

Contact Hannaford Supermarket

Phone Number: (207) 883-2911
Fax Number: (207) 885-2859
Website: http://www.hannaford.com/
Email: Email Hannaford Supermarket

Hannaford Supermarket Facts

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Hannaford Supermarket Executives

CEO: Ronald C. Hodge
CFO: Michael Vail
COO: Ron Leblond

Hannaford Supermarket History

Hannaford Supermarket was founded in 1883 in Portland, Maine, by Arthur Hannaford. Joined by his two brothers, Howard and Edward, in 1902, the trio quickly expanded the business, venturing into the wholesale market by 1920.

Today, there are 189 locations in 5 states. Delhaize America purchased the chain in 2000. Up until 2011, the chain marketed private labels on some of their food products, however, these labels now read Delahize America.

Most locations offer pharmacies, gift cards, Western Union, Red Box video rentals, and healthier eating through a program called Guiding Stars. This program is a navigational tool, used to help customers quickly find nutritional content and make healthier choices.

Hannaford Supermarket FAQs

Question 1: What is the phone number for Hannaford Supermarket?
Answer 1: The phone number for Hannaford Supermarket is (207) 883-2911.

Question 2: Who is the CEO of Hannaford Supermarket?
Answer 2: The CEO of Hannaford Supermarket is Ronald C. Hodge.

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DrDiane P Thompson November 19, 2018 at 6:47 pm

Dear Sir: Unfortunately had trouble at the Maine Mall Pharmacy.
There was a COVERUP: by Rasha Hanafy DO and Alicia Heckman Pharm D.
1; received a medication that was new to me and should not have been prescribed to me without any input from the DO. But what really alarmed me: I called the Thursday before Nov. 12. To see if I could pick up my insulin on Monday: 11/12/18. Alicia said yes- seeing that I had a fill remaining- but did not check that it might be too soon. On Monday- Nov. 12- about 10am popped in Sable Lodge Living Bus to pay and go. But they hadn’t contacted Hanafy DO. So very distraught: because without the insulin- I would be dead!!
Decided to go to Maine Medical to somehow get my life saving insulin.
Long story short the very kind pharmacist at Maine Medical handed out a free pen.
From all the frustration, anxiety and stress- managed to catch a few bugs- when walking through the hospital and being in the pharmacy.
On the 13th received a call from Alicia that the insulin was ready ( about noon).
The next day the manager of Sable Lodge went to pick up my insulin at said pharmacy. He paid for one of the packs – both had a date of 11-12-18 on them. The date is very important.
It should have said the 13 th. And I had no way of paying back Allen ( manager) with my card. The ATM at Sable Lodge was out of commission- probably due to the older people using It incorrectly. I admit that I was ill and preturbed . It seems that plastic rules the earth now. I did tell a person who answered the pharmacy line that the DO and Alicia would need to pay back Allen. I being ill and could not get any money at the Lodge.
I have cooled off now: even before I knew that Hanafy would not be my doctor. Check out her office. The young man who drives the bus caught me before I fell off to the left of the stairs. It would have been a fall with enough force that I would have needed to go back to Maine Medical. You understand I was under the auspices of MDVIP. Hanafy s office was the opposite of David Merrill MD’s office. For the first time at Hanafy office I did not see a doctor but a person on staff. For the 1st time in my life I was asked to sign a contract that I would not sell my meds to anyone. I could not get out faster- but not before I had to leave a urine sample. There were many, many empty urine containers .
All in all I have decided to let it go, Hanafys office was not worth $412.50 every three months. Hopefully it will all work out. But I revisit my late husbands dental office. Norman C Thompson DDS ( 3 rd generation dentist from USC) . And I a child psychologist for LAUSD – sorry we could not put friends before writing down correctly the actual date and what happened. I know the rules of AMA. Now ; I have a three month supply of ( whatever) medications : $90. I have decided to let both go . But am not happy with the conversing of a gal from Hannaford Supermarket & a gal from the Pharmacy. I believe it is improper to discuss my actions to like everyone – at Sable Lodge. It’s a bit daunting. I remember knowing not to discuss children, parents, and ongoing psychological assessments.
Could someone PLEASE talk to these gals. Their actions are not professional.
All I can say- I was so, so ill for like 5 days. And then these gals side with Hanafy. It is just something that they should not discuss – not knowing how I felt. Not good.
Sincerely, Dr Diane P Thompson ( PhD) Ps I came to Maine because older brother is here. He is a researcher at UMO. His last name is Patterson ( PhD) He was my mentor: with going up the academic line. Also; Howard was President of Faculty ( one year). Oh yes – still acts like an older brother at 80. I thank you for reviewing my words.!!!

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Paul Foster August 27, 2018 at 9:06 am

For the 3rd Monday in a row, the Greenwich, NY Hannafords has been been completely out of regular Coke in the 12 pack size. I found it hard to believe that no one Is keeping track of this and not having any more in hand. This morning I walked the whole store in hopes of finding it on an end cap, but nothing. I finally went to another grocery store and got it there, along with all my other groceries. I don’t care if you are the local grocer for my area, I will drive another 20 miles to shop where they have what I need, when I need it and at a cheaper cost.

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Arelene Sauler July 12, 2018 at 6:15 pm

I was shopping at hannafords in Leominster Mass was I saw this elderly man fall down ans hit is face a head on the shelfs and on the floor. I immediately went to customer service and yelled for someone to call 911, but they didn’t do it just then the manager had to come to the person and yell at the man are you ok . They finally then called 911. All I’m saying is that the three or four minutes wasted could mean life or death. I do not know what your emergency protocols are but they should be looked at.
It took another 5 to 6 minutes for EMS to arrive. If you have any more questions feel free to contact me. 978-534-XXXXX.

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Philip April 30, 2018 at 11:45 am

I’m a customer at the rindge Hannaford and am disappointed by the removal of the cream frosting option on cakes, my family used to love getting these and now we have to shop at your competition for a cake that meets the standards of what we all enjoy.

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Jill Smith January 1, 2018 at 2:16 pm

Good afternoon,

I am a Waterboro customer, I have to say I am excited about the new changes you are making with the store that is well overdue !!! However the set up for the Customer a Service desk is horrible. You should look into putting up some sort of plexi glass or heating vent the goes over your employees as the desk is right at the doors. This weather we have had with the sub zero temps your employees are dressed for winter inside work as it it way too cold. Every time those doors open and that’s probably every 2 seconds that cold air is on that Customer Service area. You will have a lot of people calling out of work as they will be getting sick. So, please bring this to the attention of the powers that be, and try and make something that shelters your employees from constant cold blowing on them.

Sincerely,

Jill Smith

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Peter Landry December 22, 2017 at 4:58 pm

I am a loyal customer of the Lunenburg store. On 12/20/17 I parked a new 2017 corolla at the remote end of the parking lot to avoid careless car door swingers.After a short time in the store I exited the store only to find my new car with a shopping cart attached to it.There were also other carts scattered around the lot not in the cart corrals.The manager was very helpful and took pictures of the 2 dents left in my passenger door her name is Jean and she said she would submit a claim to corporate office. I got a estimate of 400 dollars to repair the car on 12/26/17. I hope Hannaford steps up to the plate and covers the cost

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Heather Greenleaf September 28, 2017 at 11:05 am

Good morning-

I wanted to reach out to Hannaford on the corporate level just make you aware of something that just recently occurred. On Sept. 14th my boyfriend and I had our checkbook stolen from us, amongst other items, and one of the first places they went was the Hannaford in Auburn Maine. They started with three checks each for $50.50 on 9/16, then followed it up with three additional checks on 9/17 totaling $500. They then went back on 9/18 for another two checks totaling $100. So, within three days these horrible people got Hannaford out of $751.50. Although I out way more than $751.50 because the robbery, I feel bad for the merchants who are out money/product because of the acts of these criminals. The local Auburn police were contacted and went to the Hannaford location a couple times to retrieve tapes and although they know who the person is, he’s still out there.

Hannaford is extremely well known for their carding policy when it comes to alcohol and tobacco, which I absolutely agree with! What surprised me is that a company who requires ID for so many people allowed these people to write checks without requiring an ID. It’s common that an ID is required with other merchants when customers are writing a check so I was wondering if Hannaford has explored requiring that as well? Although these suspects are local there are other places they could have gone to write these checks, however they choose Hannaford, possibly because they knew they would not be asked for identification. The simply act of requiring an ID would have stopped all of this and Hannaford would still have their money.

Again, although I’m out personal items and property I feel bad for the companies who are also out money and product. I understand $751.50 isn’t a lot to Hannaford at all but this is just one case and I’m sure Hannaford has been the victim in other check fraud cases before so those all add up. And I can’t help but think that possibly requiring a photo ID when writing checks would stop almost all of that.

I can provide a list of the checks and amounts for your reference and well as the case number with the Auburn, Maine PD if you wish to follow up with them at all regarding this matter.

Thank you for your time and consideration with this matter!

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Jesse Burgess May 25, 2017 at 3:03 pm

I wondering if I could possibly talk to both the Store Manager and the ARM for the Whitten Road store in Augusta, ME. I can be reached at the above email.

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William lefabvre October 10, 2016 at 12:32 am

I would like to ask if you would like to have a hannaford in Merrimack nn there is a former shaws that would be a good site. Ithas a dock for trucks. Traffic liters in place. Big parking lot and plenty of room for expansion.

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Lisa Ives September 18, 2016 at 4:47 pm

I am a graduate student at Meredith College in Raleigh, NC. I submitted a resume to someone claiming to be a representative from your company, recruiting over our Blackboard site. I am certain this is a scam. I called your company headquarters on Tuesday, 9/13
(telephone # 866-789-4748, Reference # IM903099) and spoke with someone regarding employment, etc., who took down my information and told me that someone from “payroll” (of all things) would be contacting me in the next 5 or more business days. What?!!!
I would think you all would be a little more concerned that your company name and reputation is being exploited in a scam where the individual is offering $350 per week for part time work for a job with a vague description, then “hiring” someone, sight unseen, and telling them checks will be cut for them which they are to deposit into a his/her bank account. This person is continuing to pester me, though I stopped communicating with him after about four exchanges.
I offered to forward the various emails to whomever I spoke with but was told that “payroll” would handle it whenever they contacted me. With this kind of indifference, I should think you would be open to quite a lot more abuse. I am not doing this for my benefit in any way. I simply dislike the idea of college students, or anyone else for that matter, being preyed upon.

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