WATERTOWN, Conn. -- Shoppers at the Edwards Super Food unit here want to get through the checkout lane as fast as possible -- and the store's electronic shelf labeling system is helping make that happen. That was the general consensus among shoppers asked their opinions about the new system installed at a store here. Edwards Super Food Stores, Windsor Locks, Conn., was to have completed late last month its 32-store, statewide rollout of the technology, a $4.8 million project. The labels, ...

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