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More Retailers Mull RFID Mandates
It is expected that all top 25 retailers will ultimately release RFID mandates.
Aug 19, 2004—This article was originally published by RFID Update.
August 19, 2004—The highest profile retail RFID mandates came from Wal-Mart and Target, and it appears that the result is exactly what many predicted: other large retailers are following suit with mandates of their own. Drug-store giant CVS and grocer Kroger reportedly have RFID mandates under consideration. Furthermore, some of these companies are looking at item-level RFID tagging pharmaceuticals, whose high price and rate of counterfeit justify the added cost of a tag. It is expected that at some point in the near future all top 25 retailers will issue RFID mandates.
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