CLIFTON PARK, N.Y. -- A single-store test of a stationary self-service checkout scanning system at Price Chopper Supermarkets is generating strong consumer participation. On average, more than 20% of the customers at the Price Chopper store here use the system weekly, said Tom Nowak, vice president of management information systems at the Schenectady, N.Y., chain. The store is outfitted with four self-service stations. In addition, the system continues to attract increased customer use. ...

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