VADNAIS HEIGHTS, Minn. -- In a sign of its growing acceptance in the food industry, self-checkout technology, which has been largely implemented by midsized-to-large conventional chains, is finding interest among other types of operators. Following the recent announcement by a club operator, BJ's Wholesale Club, Natick, Mass., that it was piloting the ACM 750 Model self-checkout system, from Productivity Solutions Inc., Jacksonville, Fla., a small grocery chain, Knowlan's Super Markets, ...
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