STAMFORD, Conn. — A home scanning device that consumers can use to create an online shopping order is starting to be supported by five New York-area independent food retailers. The device and the online shopping system behind it are the brainchild of Ikan Technologies here. Consumers use the device in their kitchens to scan products about to be discarded, wirelessly transmitting detailed item information to their account at www.ikan.net (or to the website of an online retailer). The device ...
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