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Nando's caters to the visually impaired

Nando’s is the latest high street restaurant chain to aid visually impaired and dyslexic customers by partnering with the Good Food Talks app. Alongside chains like Carluccio’s, Pret A Manger and a number of independent outlets, it's ensuring anyone has the option to shop in its restaurants.

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