TORONTO -- In a further sign of the growing industry interest in advanced shelf-labeling technologies, Loblaw Supermarkets here will expand its electronic shelf-labeling program to as many as 60 more of its Ontario stores. The rollout follows four years of working with the shelf-labeling system, manufactured by Telepanel Systems here, in eight Loblaw stores. The wireless system communicates with the store's cash registers using a two-way radio frequency. It is distributed in North America ...

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