The codes helping visually-impaired people shop

“Shopping in supermarkets is a complete and utter pain,” adds Marcia Shaw, 20, a recent graduate from the school, who is sight-impaired too. The store layouts keep changing, and you have to get help from assistants to find what you need, she explains.

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