CINCINNATI -- Kroger Co. here will begin to add 50 more stationary self-scanning units to its stores starting next month. The first installation of this wave will be at a store under the City Market banner of Kroger's Hutchinson, Kan.-based Dillon Cos. division. "These new units will give our customers one more option during checkout. Those that use the units in our other stores regard them as a convenience when shopping with us," said Paul Bernish, spokesman for Kroger. "Currently more ...

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