NACDS ADAMANT IN PUSH FOR ANTI-SHRINK TAGGING

NEW YORK -- The National Association of Chain Drug Stores will continue to push for a universal source tagging system on all retail products, despite findings in a study indicating such a system is not likely to exist in the near future.Conducted for NACDS by Arthur D. Little Co., Cambridge, Mass., the study on electronic article surveillance technology systems was released at a press conference here

NEW YORK -- The National Association of Chain Drug Stores will continue to push for a universal source tagging system on all retail products, despite findings in a study indicating such a system is not likely to exist in the near future.

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