MINNEAPOLIS -- Closely following a widely publicized pilot by Wal-Mart Stores, Target here recently spoke to its top suppliers about conducting an RFID (radio frequency identification) test at a distribution center and 10 stores in the Dallas market, sources told SN. According to Kara Romanow, an analyst for AMR Research, Boston, whose focus is consumer packaged goods manufacturers, Target held a meeting with its top suppliers on Aug. 9 to discuss the Dallas-area pilot, in which the ...

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