3aSPRINGFIELD, Mass. -- Big Y Foods here will closely track store-level labor savings produced by electronic shelf labels when it launches a test system this fall. The 31-store chain is currently expanding its market presence in Connecticut, the company said, and one of those new store openings will likely serve as a test site for the system. Connecticut was chosen as a test location because that state waives its item-pricing requirement for retailers who install electronic shelf labeling ...

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