LAKELAND, Fla. -- By the end of May, two suppliers of produce will begin shipping pallets and cases equipped with radio frequency identification (RFID) tags to a produce warehouse operated by Publix Super Markets here, SN has learned. In a discussion with SN last week at the Food Marketing Institute show in Chicago, Steve Dean, director of business development, Franwell, Plant City, Fla., an RFID software provider, said Fresh Express and Tanimura & Antle, both of Salinas, Calif., will ...

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