CINCINNATI — Kroger here has implemented scanning of the GS1 DataBar on coupons at two divisions—its Smith’s division in Utah and its Cincinnati division—encompassing about 230 stores, said Greg Menz, IT-senior director. Kroger expects to be fully implemented across all divisions by the end of September, he said. Meanwhile, Target, Minneapolis, which operates 252 SuperTarget outlets and 300 stores with an expanded food selection, along with 1.300 general merchandise stores with some food, ...

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