ETOBICOKE, Ontario -- Oshawa Foods here expects to complete this week the rollout of electronic article surveillance technology to 65 corporately owned stores in this province. The systems, which consist of security gates that activate alarms when items tagged with radio frequency devices are not paid for, have proven to reduce shrink as well as improve gross margins in certain product categories, said Bill Argue, vice president of loss prevention. Packaged meat and health and beauty care ...

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