HARRISBURG, Pa. — Self-service kiosks could bring wine sales to 100 additional grocery stores in Pennsylvania. But first the kiosks, provided by Simple Brands, Conshohocken, Pa., must undergo efficacy tests. To purchase wine, a consumer would insert her driver's license into the kiosk for age and identity verification. The kiosk would then “read” the license barcode, and the picture on the license would be matched with a video image of the consumer standing before the machine, said Nick ...

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