PEWAUKEE, Wis. -- Roundy's is the latest chain to expand its electronic shelf labeling program to additional stores. The retailer, based here, will install the electronic pricing tags in six of its Pick 'n Save stores in the Milwaukee area. It may also buy other systems for an undisclosed number of stores to be built within the next two years. The electronic shelf tags should save Roundy's about a quarter of 1% in annual labor costs and will pay for themselves within a six- to nine-month ...

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