MELROSE PARK, Ill. (FNS) -- Point-of-sale software that prompts cashiers to ask for proof of age when specific products are scanned "uniquely positioned" Jewel-Osco here for participation in a public service campaign designed to combat underage drinking, according to spokeswoman Karen Ramos. The age verification function prompts cashiers to ask customers who appear to be under 30 years old for their drivers' license when any liquor or tobacco item is scanned. The software freezes the ...
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