Retailers certainly like the concept of source tagging products as part of their loss-prevention efforts -- yet its actual use in the supermarket industry remains low. Source tagging's benefits are easy to identify. It allows retailers to cut the labor costs generated by having their own associates place electronic article surveillance-readable tags on products. In addition, tags placed on products during the manufacturing/ packaging process are less conspicuous and more difficult for ...
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