SCARBOROUGH, Maine — Hannaford Supermarkets is working to establish lower-profile tobacco sets in its 45 New York locations, SN has learned. The retailer will adapt its approach to help shield impressionable youth from messages that glamorize smoking and other tobacco use. “We don't want children exposed to tobacco advertising,” Hannaford spokesman Matt Paul told SN. Presently, 24 of Hannaford's New York stores sell tobacco products from a kiosk positioned near the checkout area. The ...
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