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Beth Newlands Campbell, executive vice president at Hannaford Bros., was recently digging through some meeting notes from the early leadership of the 125-year-old company. What she found, she said, was that while the company's convoluted history threaded its way through wholesaling, various retail-ownership structures and multiple acquisitions, many of its core values remained intact. What was really

Beth Newlands Campbell, executive vice president at Hannaford Bros., was recently digging through some meeting notes from the early leadership of the 125-year-old company.

What she found, she said, was that while the company's convoluted history threaded its way through wholesaling, various retail-ownership structures and multiple acquisitions, many of its core values remained intact.

“What was really neat to find — all in handwritten words — were that some of the things that

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