Stamford supermarket allows shoppers to skip lines
Fairway Market launched Monday a system for shoppers to avoid checkout lines by scanning purchases into mobile phones — weighing produce and other items on digital scales positioned in aisles — and charge purchases to payment accounts.
Fairway, which has a store in Stamford’s South End, becomes the first supermarket in the Tri-state region to offer a mobile, self-scanning checkout option, according to FutureProof Retail which designed the Fairway system.
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Information on the app and system is online at https://futureproofretail.com/page/sales.
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