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Hannaford Supermarket Headquarters Address and Contact

Hannaford Supermarket
  • Address: 145 Pleasant Hill Rd, Scarborough, ME 04074, USA
  • Phone Number: +1 207-883-2911
  • Fax Number: N/A
  • Email: Click Here
  • Number of Employees:  9200
  • Established: 1883
  • Founder: Arthur Hannaford
  • Key People: Ronald C. Hodge

Hannaford Supermarket Headquarters Location & Directions

Hannaford Supermarket Headquarters Executive Team

Name

Title

Ronald C. Hodge

Chief Executive Officer

Ron Leblond

Director of Operations

Tod Pepin

Senior Vice President of Supply Chain

Michael R. Norton

Director of Communications

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  • Barbara Long says:

    again, I’m told there is a reply, but I can’t see it. How do I get to read your reply? My last promised reply was to a question sent on July 17. Are you just hoping I’ll go away?

     
  • Carol A Clark says:

    Hannafords in Lincoln Me is so poorly stocked, it makes one wonder if they are going out of business.

     
  • Barbara says:

    How long does moderation take?

     
  • Barbara says:

    I am upset to find that, for some reason, Hannaford has decided to rearrange the entire store in the middle of the pandemic when everyone wants to get in and get out. Now I need to spend more time finding what I need and getting around employees who are trying to fit the relocated items in their new spots. I’ve shopped Hannaford for 25 years, but this untimely rearranging will send me to Price Chopper, where I can also get their discount, something I can’t get at your store unless I’m willing to share information. This is not the time to be spending time looking for things that aren’t where they’ve been for years.

     
  • Gene Reynolds says:

    Why are employees in your Plattsburgh, NY store wearing BLM masks? I find this absolutely offensive.
    I expressed this concern to three managers at the store and they told me that Hannaford corporation supports the BLM movement. There should be no political messaging on employee masks! I am appalled that your corporation would pander to a radical, left wing, Marxist organization whose leadership calls for the burning down of America if they don’t get their way. Big mistake Hannaford and I plan to write your CEO Ron Hodges about this. I also plan to boycott your store and tell others to do so. My family had spent $300 a week in your supermarkets but no more!

     
  • JS says:

    Why does Hanford not mandate that all customers wear masks during this time of a pandemic??? If Costco can do it – and enforce it – why cannot Hannaford do the same to protect its customers and staff? This is a safety issue!!! I found myself standing in line today waiting for an open register and surrounded by multiple customers not wearing masks. Not only was it incredibly disrespectful and uncaring of those customers to subject those within close proximity to COVID-19, but it also put your store’s staff at risk as well. I don’t know what your safety policies are, but in this very dangerous and uncertain time, to not ere on the side of caution with regard to public safety is completely irresponsible on Hannaford’s part. While you continue this practice of allowing non-mask wearing patrons to enter your facility, I fear I cannot continue to shop at my local store. Shame on you for putting the public at risk!

     
  • Charlotte Morrill says:

    Before the pandemic I used Hannafords to go at Ellsworth, but Walmart’s fabulous and very popular pickup since then.

    Obviously would rather use Hannafords. There is space at Ellsworth out in back for you to do that. Or start delivery at that store. (My zip is 04679).

    PLEASE institute pickup there. You are losing a LOT of business, mine included. I am 83, but I see many, many young people in pickup trucks at Walmart pickup and their time slots fill quickly.

    Thank you.

     
  • Susan Smith says:

    I have been trying to get an explanation as to why all my neighbors are getting money off their orders and I am not. It is not a rewards coupon. The first 2 weeks they got $10 and this week it is $20!! I have been told it is random! I find it hard to believe that four of my neighbors all get it! The customer service rep I spoke to was extremely rude. I asked to speak with a supervisor but was not given that option! The money savings are sent via email. If it is random why are they getting it every week? I would appreciate an acceptable explanation.

     
  • Alana says:

    I’m am a disabled person who uses a motorized cart. During checkout, I have been repeatedly told to park my cart near the exit, and walk the distance using a regular shopping cart. I am unable to do this because of my disability. This made me feel very upset because I am unable to walk any distance due to my rheumatoid arthritis which has rendered me to be completely unable to walk. The checkout person when I tell them that it’s impossible for me to walk, they don’t seem to understand this, and continue to insistent that I use a regular shopping cart. This has happened to me on several occasions, and I have decided that I will no longer shop at any of your stores, and in addition I will tell each and every person I know not to shop at Hannaford’s.

     
  • dean says:

    We shop at the Hannaford in the town of Ulster in NY, same issues, many employees not following the NYS mandate to wear masks, some nuder their nose, employees in the deli and bakery with masks around their neck, some listened when we told them to wear their mask others just gave us a nasty look and continued the unsafe practice with no regard for OUR safety. Packers pulling off their masks and wiping their mouth and nose and then packing groceries again, staff with face shields on which does nothing to keep us safe, they just breath out the bottom of them. We spoke to the Manager about the face mask, he was annoyed about it we, told him about the mandate and gave us the uneducated answer that its just for healthcare workers, where have you been under a rock??? We told him the mask is for our safety and he was wrong about the answer. The proper answer was, you are right I will take care of it, but all we received all the way around was attitude, this place needs some serious education and enforcement on the mandates in NY and the proper way to wear PPE!

     
  • Marianne says:

    After reading the comments below, I know that I’m not alone in my concern. I was very pleased to see that Hannaford in Augusta, Maine, now has assigned aisle directions of travel. However, there was no mention about the new protocol anywhere. Greeters should remind shoppers perhaps. People either didn’t realize or just ignored the request. In that case what is the point? Employees are not wearing masks even if they may not be a safe distance from customers and other employees. Wearing a mask protects others. Reading Irma’s comment below about her experience with the store manager was unbelievably disconcerting. Is that the overall attitude of caring towards customers by Hannaford? The lack of seeming concern about self distancing employees is of great concern.

     
  • Jill B says:

    I posted this to the Townsend Ma Facebook sites. Something needs to be done. Staff should not have to put up with assault.
    The people who work there are respectful, cautious and extremely helpful through this extremely stressful time!

    Having two members of my household still working is stressful enough. But my son works in a grocery store and the stories of how rude and disrespectful people are is horrifying. There is no need! They are doing to best they can under the most stressful situation. So you can’t use your recyclable bags. So you have to follow the arrows, so you have to wait 6 ft from others in line to get the the register. Your minor inconvenience can save lives. If you don’t like it, don’t go. There is NO need to cough at someone because you can’t bring your bags. Thankfully it was not at my son, but it was towards someone who is close to me. To the person who did this you should be disgusted in yourself as you are an older adult and should certainly behave better.

    #inaworldwhereyoucanbeanythingbekind

     
  • Debbie C says:

    I think it’s extremely unsettling that your baggers and many of your staff in the Gardner, MA store do not wear any gloves and especially NO masks. The baggers are in open contact with every patron and if they don’t care about their own health enough, they should care about the customers. They are touching and breathing on all of my groceries. I have shopped there for 20 years and I am not pleased with the lax attitude and disregard for safety in that store. Time to go elsewhere!

     
  • Margaret Trebilcock says:

    I just shopped at Hannafords in Keene, NH. It is apparent that the comps has no cohesive safeguards for employees! Baggers and cashiers wear no protection at all! Also a group was gathered at the end of a-cash isle with no masks! The women telling you which register to use no mask! Seems like a dangerous place to work these days!

     
  • Marika T Papa says:

    Where is my refund from Niskayuna. NY Store? I was charged twice!!!!

     
  • Marika T Papa says:

    I was charged twice at the Niskayuna store for order# 8357397. The correct total is $114.60. They also charged me $183.45 for the same order. I want a credit to my account immediately for $183.45. I informed Josh & Frank at Niskayuna , NY 3x’s now. I will take this up with the Attorney General of NY if this is not corrected immediately. Thank you, Marika T Papa

     
  • Irma R Franco says:

    Good morning, I just returned from a morning run to your Hannaford Supermarket store in Meredith, NH. I am still shaken by the experience and interaction with the store Manager Joe Gentile. I want to report his irresponsible behavior and complete disregard to the safety of its customers. I did telling him so when he refused to turn around and follow the store aisle direction. He passed facing a customer while entering the aisle , I asked him to stop and turned because I was entering the lane. He refused twice and asked me to pass by him. I turned my head in the direction of the cash register and asked to talk to the manager. He said he was the manager. I asked him again to turn around and he said he had to go to re-stock. He asked me to passed by him and I said he was not six feet away from me. He then flattened himself against the products on the shelve and said this was 6 feet, just not to turn around and use the next lane. I told him this was irresponsible. What is the point in implementing safety measures if the people in charge disregard the importance and necessity to protect the public, mostly our elderly, I am 62 years old, setting the example to be followed by the rest of the staff? Your attention and reply to this report is required. Best regards, Irma R Franco and Rick A Morgan 443-604-1117 & 443-745-1426

     
  • Paul G. says:

    What happened to limiting the amount of shoppers in your stores at one time. Is that not suppose to happen? If it is, then you better tell the Keene N.H. store to get on the program. I was just in there this morning and had to leave because the amount of people that were in there. People were cutting each other off and doing so to the employees as well. Seems like the management at this store is incompetent or they just do not care!! Time to shop at Market Basket I guess!!!

     
  • William J Denyer says:

    Your system stinks.. I am an 82 year old with medical problems and cannot go into your store anymore.. I have been a loyal customer even before you purchased Biddeford, And have used to Go since it inception.. I sat up last night but got nowhere, since you kept a repair logo up all night… I cannot get any supplies even those you have.. .Drs see me thru telehealth to keep me isolated, But I cannot get food from Hanniford I have been loyal to you, But you are not being loyal rtf me…Out of state markets even deliver to Sr Citazens, But I cannot even drive thru with you… Thank You

     
  • Sam Cavo says:

    Why are they pre-slicing cold cuts and customers are touching the packages to find what they want, the CDC says the virus lives on plastic 2 to 3 days. You have to pick-up package to find what you want. I will have to buy my cold cuts else where.

     
  • Gina says:

    After multiple phone calls and talking to several different people I think I found a person that was able to help with a billing issue. No one seemed to have a clue who I should talk to and it took about 45 minutes to get connected to someone that had a clue. I think they may need some more training.

     
  • Brandon says:

    Purchase a lot of cold cuts cheese from deli and have been getting plastic in every package hope you can help

     
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