Despite heightened competition and a steady decline in supermarkets' share of the food dollar, Hannaford Bros., Scarborough, Maine, sees this as "a time of opportunity, a time to stay connected to consumers, a time to grow by adding value and a time to be innovative" and to fulfill its commitment to training and retaining the best associates, Beth Newlands Campbell, senior vice president, business strategies and retail operations, said last week in accepting the SN Retail ...

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