LOUISVILLE, Ky. -- A division here of Kroger Co., Cincinnati, will expand customer self-scanning technology to two more stores this fall. The new stores will be equipped with an upgraded version of the self-service checkout system, which enables shoppers to scan, bag and pay for their groceries with little or no cashier intervention. A test store featuring four self-checkout lanes in Middletown, Ky., will be retrofitted next month, according to Don Emrah, manager of store operation ...

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