EDISON, N.J. -- Deep in the heart of a seemingly never-ending maze of 330,000 square feet of warehouse space here at the A&P Edison Retail Support Center, Lawrence Rossi aims a gun. It's not a life-threatening weapon, though. It's a freshness-saving weapon that Rossi, perishable warehouse manager, wields. The gun is a Raytak Infrared digital thermometer. Rossi combs the aisles looking for meat, eggs, produce, fish and anything else that needs to maintain a temperature at or just below ...

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