LAS VEGAS — The Kroger Co., which is scanning the GS1 DataBar bar code on loose produce and coupons throughout its divisions, recently launched a test of the DataBar on a fresh, random-weight meat item and on private-label milk. “We’ve been talking about this [test] for five years, and we finally got it going,” said Greg Menz, enterprise solutions architect, at a session on the DataBar this month at the GS1 Connect conference here. The conference was sponsored by ...

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