LONG BEACH, Calif. -- K.V. Mart here will serve as the first U.S. test site for solar-powered electronic shelf labels. The 13-store chain will install the tags in its Top Valu Market store here in August following testing at headquarters, which is to be completed in May. After the 28,000-square-foot test store is fully equipped with about 12,000 labels, K.V. Mart will expand the system to all stores, said Ty Hitt, chief financial officer. Hitt told SN the technology's ability to ensure ...

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