Who knew laundry detergent was such a hot commodity?

Have you been reading all of the news about Tide laundry detergent thefts lately?  I have seen several articles in the past month about the increase of Tide laundry detergent theft and its value on the streets.  Of course, working in a grocery setting this only confirms what my inventory has been telling me for months now.  I am just glad that I use retail anti-theft devices to help prevent retail theft and at least keep this activity to a minimum in my stores.

 Tide laundry detergent has become so popular the new name is “liquid gold”.  Numerous police departments have reported seeing Tide laundry detergent bottles traded (like cash) for drugs and other goods.  There does not seem to be any indication this will slow down.  For those smaller grocery stores that can’t afford full anti-shoplifting systems, I still suggest getting some retail anti-theft devices to help protect your stores. 

 The fact is, even cheap labels and cheap tags will deter theft.  Shoplifters don’t know if an EAS tag is a name brand or not.  All they see is that the intended item is protected.  With the low margin on grocery goods we have to make sure to keep every penny we earn so don’t let your store get taken by this type of theft.  Arm yourself today.

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Posted December 5th, 2012 by Staff Writer and filed in prevent theft

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