Michael Garry

Supermarket News

Michael Garry has been the Technology Editor for Supermarket News since 2002. His beat encompasses in-store, headquarters and warehouse technology; supply chain logistics; sustainability; and food safety. Previously, he served as managing editor and editor-in-chief for RetailTech magazine. In total he has been covering retail technology topics since 1991.

Posts by Michael Garry

in Viewpoints Apr 09, 2012

Sobeys Shows How to Forestall Climate Change

Retailers are in a position to do something about global warming — the part caused by refrigerants....More
in Refresh Mar 30, 2012

CO2: Refrigerant of the Future?

While the politicians remain stuck in a partisan divide over the merits of global warming and climate change, back in the real world many businesses....More
in Viewpoints Mar 12, 2012

Mobile Apps Offer New Trove of Consumer Data

For years retailers stockpiled consumer data without necessarily knowing what to do with it....More
in Total Access Jan 18, 2012

NRF: Disrupting the Coupon Industry

The advent of the GS1 DataBar may lead to what retailers have been seeking for years -- automated coupon redemption....More
in Total Access Jan 17, 2012

NRF: New Self-Checkout Technology

Datalogic's new self-checkout system combines visual recognition and scanning technologies....More
in Total Access Jan 16, 2012

NRF: Clinton's Grocery Roots

Bill Clinton on his first job, how to pay for green technology, and more in a wide-ranging NRF speech....More
in Total Access Jan 13, 2012

NRF: Grocers Take On Non-Grocery Show

Many food retailers are coming to New York City for the National Retail Federation's Annual Expo and Convention, which has developed a significant....More
in Viewpoints Nov 07, 2011

The Deeper Questions Raised by Self-Checkout

Consumers often ask whether their scan-and-bag efforts on behalf of a store are worth it....More
in Total Access Sep 21, 2011

Keedoozle, Revisited

The amazing impact of digital technology on the retailing business may lead one to believe that nothing of great technological moment happened in....More
in Total Access Sep 20, 2011

Losing the Refrigeration Race

When it comes to environmental action, the U.S., which should be leading the world, is lagging behind Europe and parts of Asia. This is true, for....More
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