WINDSOR LOCKS, Conn. -- Edwards Food Stores here will embark on a widespread rollout of an electronic shelf-labeling system at its stores, according to industry sources. The decision to install the technology follows a six-month comparative test of two electronic labeling systems at two store locations. Industry sources described the rollout as "sizable" and indicated that up to 25 of its 36 Connecticut stores may be involved. Officials at Edwards declined to comment. But other sources ...

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