BOISE, Idaho -- Albertsons here has joined the growing ranks of major retailers who plan to require their top 100 suppliers to affix RFID (radio frequency identification) tracking tags on pallets and cases headed for retail warehouses and stores. Albertsons revealed its RFID strategy on March 5, about a week after Minneapolis-based Target made a similar announcement. Metro Group, Dusseldorf, Germany, announced its plans in January at the National Retail Federation show in New York, ...

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