LANDOVER, Md. -- Giant Food here came to an agreement with The Disability Rights Council last week to make some modifications in its Washington-area stores to provide full and equal access to persons with disabilities. Some of the necessary modifications may include adjustments to the electronic cash-transaction devices at checkout aisles, removing any access barriers in the parking lots and on the route from the lots to store entrances, and making salad bars and grocery carts more ...

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