ALNA, Maine -- Locally produced Center Store items are in the spotlight at Shaw's Supermarkets and Hannaford Bros., both of which are expanding their number of Made-in-Maine specialty departments. The departments, which range in size from 4 to 40 feet, are in 19 Shaw's stores and 22 Hannaford units in Maine, according to Glenn Leisching, president of Cooperative Marketing here, which initiated the project. Five IGA stores also have the sections. Cooperative Marketing hopes to get greater ...

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