Beth Newlands Campbell, executive vice president at Hannaford Bros., was recently digging through some meeting notes from the early leadership of the 125-year-old company. What she found, she said, was that while the company's convoluted history threaded its way through wholesaling, various retail-ownership structures and multiple acquisitions, many of its core values remained intact. “What was really neat to find — all in handwritten words — were that some of the things that are part of ...

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