PLEASANTON, Calif. -- Safeway here has begun testing an electronic shelf labeling system in two of its stores designed to improve pricing accuracy and save labor costs. "We are testing the electronic shelf tags in two of the Bay Area stores that are in close proximity to our company's headquarters," said Debra Lambert, spokeswoman for Safeway. "We have not made a determination on the system themselves," Lambert explained. "One is provided by NCR [DecisionNet]. "In terms of the future, ...

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