SELAH, Wash. -- Ranier Fruit based here plans to be among 13 produce growers and shippers participating in a 500-store test of Reduced Space Symbology (RSS) bar codes by a large Canadian retailer this summer. the smaller space provided by produce, other perishables like meat, as well as other small categories like HBC and greeting cards. The chain, which he declined to name, has "outfitted its front-end scanning system to scan the RSS codes," Mathews said. Ranier will apply the bar codes, ...

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