SCARBOROUGH, Maine — Hannaford Supermarkets yesterday announced that its prices on thousands of items are lower this holiday season, with some staples seeing double-digit declines from a year ago. With the help of food inflation trends reversing this year compared with 2008, Hannaford has lowered regular prices on 10,000 items and offered more aggressive specials, such as free item offers tied with holiday giving, said Michael Norton, Hannaford spokesperson, in a release. Lower priced ...

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