SCARBOROUGH, Maine — Hannaford's redesigned website acts as a personal assistant of sorts, providing everything from birthday reminders to notifications when a shopper's favorite product goes on sale. “Our website is now a truly shopper-centered Web tool,” said Hannaford spokesman Michael Norton. Officially relaunched last week, the site lets users create customized shopping lists that filter allergens and other ingredients they don't want in their foods. The lists can be emailed, printed ...
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