WHITE PLAINS, N.Y. -- Krasdale Foods, a wholesaler serving mostly small inner-city supermarkets, has begun providing its stores with counterfeit detection boxes that can be used to weed out phony currency as well as bogus credit cards and drivers' licenses. So far, Alpha Marketing, based here, the marketing group and owner of Krasdale, has sold the $150 boxes to 18 stores at cost, said Mitch Klein, Alpha's vice president of retail services. Over the last few months, the stores, mostly based ...

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