INDIANAPOLIS -- Marsh Supermarkets here is testing portable self-scanning technology, following a reported test of stationary self-checkout technology. Marsh's Nobelsville, Ind., supermarket provides approximately 65 units for customers who want to scan their own groceries as they shop, according to a source familiar with the situation. Marsh confirmed that it is using the technology, but declined to comment on specifics about the program. Marsh's use of the portable self-checkout system ...

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