ABINGDON, Va. -- If K-VA-T Food Stores here can sustain positive results with its use of electronic shelf labels, the retailer could expand its ESL use to additional stores and employ expanded applications, such as consumer messaging and inventory monitoring. In the one supermarket where K-VA-T is already testing them, ESLs are providing increased price accuracy and labor savings. The retailer will decide in early January whether it will expand the ESL system to additional stores. "Once we ...
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