SCARBOROUGH, Maine -- Hannaford Bros. here said it had increased sales and earning for the second quarter and the 26 weeks ended July 3. h G. Farrington, Hannaford president and chief executive officer. Hannaford wants a partner, Farrington added, "to promote and expand this business more aggressively than Hannaford is able" on its own. "We are encouraged by the interest shown so far by a number of potential investors and are continuing to evaluate various alternatives. We hope to be able ...

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