SCARBOROUGH, Maine — Hannaford is participating in a service that connects health incentives to supermarket shopping. Owned two-thirds by health benefit company Edenred, Newton, Mass., and one-third by digital coupon company Savingstar, Waltham, Mass., NutriSavings launched Oct. 1 for employers, health plans and other companies. NutriSavings participants receive electronic offers, cash-back rewards and other incentives to buy healthy foods, like fruits and vegetables, whole ...

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