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  • Näraffär Viken is a staffless supermarket
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Näraffär Viken is a staffless supermarket

Self-service gets a mixed reaction. While almost half of 18- to 24-year-olds say they rarely feel frustrated by it, 84% admit they often need assistance from staff. Can Näraffär Viken – a Swedish supermarket that has no employees – prove that convenience rules in the supermarket aisles?

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