Source tagging of products is one of the prime methods of making electronic article surveillance systems more effective, and could also provide the basis for more effective product-tracking technologies in the supply chain. Yet widespread use of source tagging in the supermarket industry could be at least five years away, loss-prevention executives told SN. They cite still-high costs, both for the tags themselves and the labor to apply them, and disagreement as to whether retailers or ...

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