HOUSTON -- Rice Food Markets here is equipping its stores with new scales that will enable the retailer to standardize the pricing and improve the labels of its weighable goods. The scales, which are now in six of the retailer's 30 stores, are programmed from Rice's corporate headquarters for prices and labels, store officials said. Rice hopes to have the scales installed chainwide by the end of April. Before, staff in the meat, bakery and deli departments of each Rice Food store ...
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