When you think of radio frequency identification (RFID) technology in the food retailing industry, the company that usually comes to mind is Wal-Mart Stores. That's understandable, given the retail giant's pioneering RFID program in the Dallas market, which it officially launched last month in concert with 94 of its suppliers. Yet on a global basis, the retailer that may fairly be described as having gone further with RFID technology than anyone else is London-based Marks ...

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