I am writing to take exception to several comments attributed to Hannaford Bros. executives in your article ["Hannaford Finds Snags in Southeast," May 20, Page 4]. ford Bros. Subsequent to their purchase of their Richmond, Va., stores, Hannaford approached us regarding limited shipments of specific products to their stores in this market. Their proposal would have created inefficiencies in our distribution system, creating a situation where our successful, loyal retailers would, in effect, ...

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