SCARBOROUGH, Maine — Hannaford Bros. has not experienced a “material or notable” decline in sales volume or credit-card use in the three weeks following the chain's disclosure that it experienced a credit-card data breach, a Hannaford executive told SN last week. “We have fabulous customers, and they were understanding that this was an attack on our system,” Carol Eleazer, vice president of marketing at the chain, told SN. “They seem to understand that Hannaford Bros. would and did take ...

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