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Hannaford slow to report pizza dough tampering

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Published: Oct. 14, 2020 at 11:45 AM EDT
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SACO, Maine (AP) - A newspaper says it took two months for the Hannaford supermarket chain to alert police and customers about the discovery of razor blades in fresh pizza dough sold at one if its stores in Maine.

Product tampering at a store in Sanford, Maine, wasn’t reported to local police until Sunday after police had begun investigating an incident in Saco. Tampering also occurred at a store in Dover, New Hampshire.

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