MARKHAM, Ontario - The Canadian RFID Centre here is launching an RFID pilot next week on behalf of the Canadian food retail and CPG industry to assess the business case for the technology in what is Canada's first grocery industry RFID project. Participants in the six-month pilot include Loblaw Cos., Maple Leaf Foods, General Mills Canada, Scott Paper and Unilever. The project is being facilitated by members of the 10-month-old Canadian RFID Centre, including the Canadian Council of ...

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