SCHENECTADY, N.Y. -- Price Chopper Supermarkets here is continuing its expansion of radio frequency electronic article surveillance through the installation of the loss-prevention systems in three more stores this month. This expansion lengthens Price Chopper's list of EAS-equipped stores to 20 units. The retailer's objective is to achieve a 20% reduction in the stores' shrink levels, according to David Proper, vice president of loss prevention and internal auditing for Price Chopper. "If ...

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