Last week saw an uptick in activity around biometric payment technology using shopper's finger scans, as one chain launched a pilot while another began a rollout. Last Monday, Cub Foods, a division of Supervalu, Minneapolis, began a four-month pilot of San Francisco-based Pay By Touch's biometric payment technology in its Blaine, Minn., store. The 75-store retailer will begin offering the service in three additional Minneapolis-area Cub Food stores in June. Cub's installation coincides ...

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