Supermarkets are famous for being cautious adopters of store-level technology. It took a good decade before checkout scanners were installed in half the supermarkets in the U.S. It's been more than two decades since electronic shelf labels emerged, and they still haven't found mainstream acceptance in the industry. Still, ESLs have been making progress in recent years, and some observers believe the stage is set for 2003 to be the year in which the electronic labels make their biggest move ...

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