WHITE SULPHUR SPRINGS, W. Va. -- The early results are in from the latest round of scan-based trading pilots, and the initiative got an overwhelming vote of confidence from the retailers involved, Schnuck Markets, St. Louis, and Andronico's Market, Albany, Calif. The strongest endorsement: the two chains are expanding SBT even after the conclusion of the industry-sponsored tests. According to a preliminary report presented at the Grocery Manufacturers of America Executive Conference here ...

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