Hannaford adds drive through service at 2 stores

NORTH WINDHAM, Maine (AP) — Customers at two supermarkets in New Hampshire and Maine can now order their groceries online and pick them up at the stores without getting out of their cars.

The "Hannaford to Go" service has been offered at the Hannaford supermarket in Dover, N.H., since March and was recently added to the chain's North Windham, Maine, location.

Store manager John Mullins told the Portland Press Herald (http://bit.ly/sr3oBJ ) that about 20 customers a day have been using the drive through service in Maine, but he expects that number to increase once the store begins promoting it.

The service is free for the first order and for any later orders over $125. Otherwise, there's a $5 service charge.

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this is great

I will drive from my house in Lewiston, to north windhame just for this. this is a mile ahead of what any one else in small town america is doing. GO Hannaford a real game changer

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