OXFORD — Hannaford Supermarkets is welcoming shoppers to enjoy numerous enhancements to its newly updated store at 1603 Main Street in Oxford. Designed with customer convenience in mind, the remodeled store now features a fresh look, as well as new products and services.

Shoppers now have access to a brand-new drive-thru pharmacy and a greater variety of grab-and-go meal options, including new chef-crafted sushi, heat-and-eat entrees, hot wings, freshly made sandwiches and salads, and pasta and taco meal kits. An enhanced selection of organic and natural items are available, as well as a variety of gluten-free and artisan products.

Hannaford To Go, an online grocery ordering service available to Oxford area customers, welcomes shoppers to order groceries online for pick up or delivery in as little as four hours. The pickup service fee is $3 for orders $125 and higher and $5 for orders less than $125. There is no service fee on a customer’s first Hannaford To Go order. New time slots become available daily at 8 a.m. on Hannaford.com.

“Our new products and services are designed to make shopping as easy and convenient as possible for our customers,” said Hannaford Supermarkets Oxford Manager Shawn Walls. “We’re excited to introduce a greater variety of grab-and-go meal options to our already expansive selection of fresh, quality items. As a committed community partner, we’re pleased to celebrate the completion of this project with a total of $3,000 in donations to the Oxford Hills Food Pantry, Oxford Recreation Department, and Responsible Pet Care of Oxford Hills.”

The Oxford Hills Food Pantry serves individuals and families from Norway, Paris, and other local towns that do not have a food pantry. The Oxford Recreation Department offers free and affordable programs and events throughout the year for community members. Responsible Pet Care of Oxford Hills is an animal shelter and adoption center for cats and dogs in Paris.

For more information about the Oxford Hannaford, including store hours, visit Hannaford.com.

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