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Retail Weighing

METTLER TOLEDO Retail weighing scales use PC-based technology and standardized interfaces to provide solutions for food and retail businesses.

Features include:

  • Label printing
  • Linerless printing
  • Receipt and recipe printing
  • Touch screen
  • Tactile keyboards
  • Highly robust
  • Insect resistant
  • Full-integrated software solutions

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Retail weighing refers to the process of weighing goods at retail stores to determine their weight and price. This practice is essential for selling items such as fresh produce, meat, deli products, bulk goods, and other items typically sold by weight. Retail weighing involves the use of scales and balances specifically designed for use in commercial retail environments. Here’s an overview of retail weighing:

Types of Retail Weighing Equipment:

  1. Price-Computing Scales:
    • These scales calculate the price of items based on their weight and a preset unit price. They typically have built-in displays showing both weight and price.
  2. Label Printing Scales:
    • Label printing scales print out price labels with product information, weight, price, and barcode. These labels are attached to packaged items for sale.
  3. Counting Scales:
    • Counting scales are used to count large quantities of small, uniform items by weight. They calculate the number of items based on their average weight.
  4. Deli Scales:
    • Deli scales are designed for weighing deli meats, cheeses, and other food items sold by weight. They often have a flat, easy-to-clean surface.
  5. Produce Scales:
    • Produce scales are used for weighing fruits, vegetables, and other fresh produce. They may have features such as a removable produce scoop or platform.

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