Save-On-Foods apologizes to B.C. man after accessibility features removed from shopping app

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Save-On-Foods has apologized to a B.C. man after a number of accessibility features were removed when the grocery chain updated its online shopping app. “I should be able to expect the same range of services as people who are sighted,” Richard Marion told Global News. Marion, who is blind, says In January, Save-On-Foods upgraded […]

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