LAS VEGAS — The jury is still out on market acceptance of Fresh & Easy Neighborhood Market, but its highly unorthodox all-self-checkout front-end arrangement appears to be succeeding. Internal research conducted by Fresh & Easy — the U.S. division of British supermarket giant Tesco, which opened stores in three Western U.S. states last November — indicates that 90% of its customers said they were “satisfied or very satisfied” with the checkout experience, according to Doug ...

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