Senior citizens and people with disabilities can enjoy buying food at their own pace with customer assistance in this supermarket

Grocery shopping certainly isn’t one of the easiest things to do for a senior citizen, or person with disabilities. UK supermarket Sainsbury’s recognized this challenge and launched Slow Shopping, a two-hour slow shopping spree for its most vulnerable customers.

Slow Shopping is a part of Sainsbury’s commitment to disability awareness, and a show of the company’s commitment to customer service. In fact, just this past year alone, the supermarket invested more than 50,000 hours training its store clerks to help customers with visible disabilities, as well as non-visible disabilities like autism.

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