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.

If you're interested, complete an online application at Hannaford.com / Careers.

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