The Thrifty New England Traveler is a blog of VisitingNewEngland, a web site that features real New England travel stories told by a lifelong local.

Saving Money at Hannaford Supermarket


Every time while shopping at Hannaford supermarket, I find the total bill to be less than what the outcome is at other area supermarkets. Have you also found this to be true?

I shop somewhere else and it seems like $70 or $75 adds up right away for buying virtually nothing. At Hannaford, the dollar stretches a lot farther and there is usually enough budgeted money left over for non-essentials like chocolate chip cookies or Klondike bars. My many years of grocery shopping validate this money-saving pattern at Hannaford, so whenever possible, this is my go-to place.

It’s nice, too, that this Maine-based supermarket has great seafood and natural foods selections — two staples of our grocery shopping list.

So, for locals — and travelers looking to save money on food by grocery shopping instead of going out to eat — I definitely recommend Hannaford!

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