COPPELL, Texas -- Minyard Food Stores here is seeking to reduce false alarms while maintaining its fight against shoplifters with the installation of radio frequency electronic article surveillance tags in 36 stores. The rollout is expected to be complete within three months. Minyard is converting 33 stores from a magnetic-based technology to the RF tags. In addition, three new stores currently being constructed will also use the new EAS system. Minyard began installing the RF tags last ...

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