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Campbell Soup's Experience with RFID
Through its process of working with RFID, Campbell Soup has decided on the "slap and ship" method of affixing RFID tags to its products.
Sep 30, 2004—This article was originally published by RFID Update.
September 30, 2004—Household brand name Campbell Soup is one of the many companies affected by Wal-Mart's RFID mandate. Through its process of learning about and working with RFID, Campbell has decided on the "slap and ship" method of affixing RFID tags to its products, a method which it says has allowed flexibility in experimenting with the technology. "We prefer to call it 'tag at ship,' not 'slap and ship,' because it has proven to be a very successful process," said the company's IT director.
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