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Dutch supermarket to trial payments without personnel

Thursday 6 July 2017 | 16:30 CET | News
Albert Heijn wants to trial cashless stores, the supermarket chain told the Telegraaf. Next year, there will be AH to Go stores where users can pay for items without going to a checkout. AH to Go stores are small shops where speed is paramount.

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