BENSALEM, Pa. -- Wakefern Food Corp.'s ShopRite store here earned high marks for scan accuracy late last month when the Pennsylvania Food Merchants Association, Camp Hill, Pa., granted certification in its voluntary auditing program. The store's average scan accuracy rating of 99.5% was validated by inspectors who randomly selected 200 items to check prices in a recent store visit. Auditors also examined store signs for clarity and placement as well as cashier training and handling of ...

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