BRUSSELS — While Delhaize is pleased with results at rebranded Food Lion stores, the company said Wednesday it is increasing price investments and promotional activity at its Hannaford banner, saying that new competition, a tight economy and slow-growing markets has led to declining sales at the New England-based chain. At Food Lion, price investments and other new service initiatives at rebranded stores helped Delhaize’s largest U.S. chain post flat comparable store revenues ...

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