Eliminating price discrepancies between the shelf and the front end is the leading factor driving supermarkets to install electronic shelf labels, retailers told SN. While some Northeastern states have governmental mandates regarding price-accuracy standards, retailers operating throughout the country are finding the consumer confidence that electronic shelf labels instill is definitely worth the price of admission. And admission can be steep, with most tags costing between $5 and $10 each ...

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