Coffee is one of Haggen’s signature departments in its “Northwest Fresh” format. Photo courtesy of Haggen Inc.
When Haggen Inc., a 29-store food retailer serving parts of Washington and Oregon, converted its first store in Bellevue, Wash., from the Top banner to Haggen: Northwest Fresh a year ago, the grand reopening attracted a cohort not necessarily associated with supermarket grand reopenings — about 200 of the chain’s suppliers. Why so many suppliers? Because the repositioning of Haggen’s Top Food & Drug banner and its Haggen Food & Pharmacy banner as entirely new ...
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