BOSTON — Three food-industry executives said last week that their companies have recently installed new POS equipment aimed at bolstering the security of consumer data in an effort to reassure customers who purchase goods with credit or debit cards. The executives also described other steps their companies are taking in order to comply with the PCI (Payment Card Industry) Data Security Standards, established by the major credit card companies to safeguard consumer data. The executives — ...

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