NEWARK, Del. -- The Produce Electronic Identification Board's price look-up code review committee approved the expansion of its PLU code system and will add more than 75 new numbers to the existing range. While the existing codes are all in the 4000 series, new numbers will be assigned in the 3000 series, and will be phased in once retailers make the necessary changes to their point-of-sale systems. "What retailers need to do in the next year is go into their databases and clear [any ...

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