LONDON (FNS) -- J. Sainsbury plc here will begin testing interactive kiosks this month when it installs the system in the first of 13 stores. The first system will be installed in Sainsbury's Alperton, England, store. "The retailer will roll the kiosks out to nine more Sainsbury supermarkets and three of its Savacentre hypermarkets over two weeks following the initial store installation," said Mike Connolly, director of customer relations for Sainsbury. Each store will have a minimum of ...
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