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Hannaford Helps Reusable Bag Program

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Bloomin' 4 Good Program

Hannaford B4G Web Bouquet

This program is designed to make it easy for shoppers to give back to their local community while supporting the environment. Each time a shopper purchases the $2.50 Community Bag or the Fight Hunger Bag (both featuring the Giving Tag) they will have the power to direct a $1 donation to a local non-profit of their choice within 7 days of their purchase. Shoppers can also give back by purchasing a reusable Fight Hunger Bag or Community Bag online via Hannaford-To-Go. 

If the customer does not direct the donation within 7 days, it will automatically be donated to the non-profit that each store's leadership has selected for the month.

Give back to the local community with every purchase of the Bloomin' 4 Good Bouquet! Every bouquet purchased supports a local non-profit in need in the community. Each time a shopper purchases the $12.00 Bloomin' 4 Good Bouquet with the red circle sticker, $1 is donated to the local non-profit organization selected by store leadership to benefit for the month. Every bouquet sold works to give back across the local communities in which we live and work. Let's change the world together, one bouquet at a time!

Check out these metrics to see the impact the

  Hannaford Helps Community Programs

are having on our communities and the environment!

Hannaford Helps Reusable Bag Program

First Fight Hunger Bag Sold April 2014
First Community Bag Sold October 2015

2,249,312

Bags Sold

$1,582,257

Program Donations

$11,501

Donations This Month

6,840,200

Meals Provided*

5,267

Non-Profits Supported

1,312

Hunger Org. Supported

67,479,360

Single-Use Bags Not Used*
Last updated: 10/16/2021
*See FAQs for calculations.

Bloomin' 4 Good Program

First Bouquet Sold August 1, 2021

32,895

Bouquets Sold

$32,895

Program Donations

$8,082

Donations This Month

44,260

Meals Provided*

520

Non-Profits Supported

73

Hunger Org. Supported

986,850

Single-Use Bags Not Used*
Last updated: 10/21/2021
*See FAQs for calculations.