Supermarket chain Aldi opens first cashier-free store

Aldi’s first cashierless supermarket, located in southeast London, opened on Tuesday.

Global supermarket chain Aldi opened its first checkout-free grocery store on Tuesday. The shop, located in Greenwich, southeast London, uses Aldi’s new Shop & Go app to circumvent the need for cashiers and eliminate long lines. Motion-sensor cameras and weight sensors track what’s picked up by customers, who are then charged through the app after they leave. 

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