DALLAS (FNS) -- A new generation of bar code capable of accommodating variable-weight products will undergo a store-level test that could accelerate the adoption of category-management practices in supermarket fresh-foods departments, according to experts working on the technology. The in-store pilot will be launched in the fourth quarter of this year at Dorothy Lane Market, Dayton, Ohio, said Gregory Rowe, manager of industry initiatives for the Uniform Code Council, Lawrenceville, N.J. ...
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