With 2000 only a couple of New Year's Eve parties away, the supermarket industry is scrambling to prepare its computer applications for the new millennium. The fear is that those who are unprepared will see their information systems shut down on the morning of Jan. 1, 2000. For the most part, retailers and wholesalers that spoke with SN already have a game plan in motion. One retailer even predicts it will be compliant by year's end. "We are in the process of finalizing our schedule of ...
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