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Take steps to ensure your bar code products make the grade By Stacey Wenzel Bar code products continue to be a profitable niche. As a result, customers are becoming more demanding of the quality of the bar codes. According to Don Pistilli, OEM and national accounts sales manager for BST PROMARK, located in Elmhurst, Ill., research shows that this approach is a more effective means of evaluating the true quality of bar codes than hand, pen or laser scanners. "Verifying the readability and quality of a bar code as it is printed is crucial," said Pistilli. He explained that one of the many standards for bar codes