SCARBOROUGH, Maine -- Hannaford Bros., coming off a strong 1997 in terms of sales and earnings, expects to continue to grow through capital expenditures in 1998, according to the chain's annual report. rth Carolina, South Carolina and Virginia, with sales of $3.2 billion in the 53-week year, a 9.1% increase over the previous year, which had 52 weeks. Comparable-store sales, adjusted for the extra week, increased 2.3% for the year. Identical-store sales, also adjusted for the extra week, ...

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