CAMBRIDGE, Mass. -- Star Market here will go live this week with customer self-checkout stations in one store. The store installation in Allston, a Boston suburb, follows a six-month pilot test of the technology at corporate headquarters. Chain officials declined comment but a company source confirmed the first store is to begin using the system this week. The self-checkout system enables shoppers to scan their own groceries, bag and pay for their order without cashier assistance. The ...
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