WINDSOR LOCKS, Conn. -- Having rolled out electronic shelf labels in Connecticut, Edwards Super Food Stores here will take the technology into another state with a minimum $3.3 million investment in 30 stores. Eight stores outside Connecticut are due to install the systems soon, an Edwards spokeswoman told SN, but would not specify whether they were located in New York state or New Jersey. An industry observer speculated the chain may be guarding an upcoming marketing campaign involving the ...

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