CAMP HILL, Pa. -- In the midst of mounting pressures on pricing integrity a one-of-a-kind accuracy program in Pennsylvania is tackling the problem head-on. About 150 retailers to date have successfully participated in a voluntary statewide program and been awarded "certified" emblems designed to demonstrate to supermarket customers a firm commitment to pricing integrity and scanning accuracy. The emblem is issued by the Pennsylvania Food Merchants Association, which established the Scan ...
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