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Iceland store introduces early hour for elderly so they can shop before wider public
by Sabrina Barr
The Independent Translate This Article
18 March 2020
On 18 March 2020 The Independent reported:
An Iceland branch has informed its customers it is introducing an early hour for the elderly so that they can shop before the masses. From Tuesday 17 March, the Iceland store at The Kennedy Centre in Belfast, Northern Ireland, will allow older individuals to shop at the supermarket on their own for an hour in the morning. Iceland is not the only supermarket to be offering a separate shopping hour for vulnerable members of the community. In Australia, Woolworths introduced a shopping hour for the early and people with disabilities.
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