Hannaford stores are busier than ever, as you may have noticed the last time you went. It's all because of COVID-19 and the increased demand for food and other merchandise. Many people are cooking more meals at home, and/or stockpiling essential items such as flour and toilet paper. As a result, Hannaford plans to bring on an additional 2,000 employees in Maine, New Hampshire, Massachusetts, and Vermont, according to a press release. There are both full and part-time opportunities available.

The press release states Hannaford is specifically looking for people to work the front end and Hannaford To Go, as well as grocery stockers.

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