DAYTON, Ohio -- Dorothy Lane Market here, which has pioneered the use of reduced space symbology (RSS) bar codes for meats in its two original stores since last May, is poised to adopt the codes in its new third store, which opened in March, as other companies prepare to test the technology. The RSS bar codes, developed by the Uniform Code Council, Lawrenceville, N.J., are being applied specifically to perishable products, though they are being considered for other categories like HBC and ...

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