The Whole Foods Market in Fremont, Calif., has installed Braille readers after a four-year campaign by Josh Goldenberg, who has been blind since birth, and his family to persuade supermarkets to add Braille technology. "It's a question of access," said Christie Goldenberg, Josh's mother. "You don't always see people in wheelchairs, but the ramps are there. Just because you don't see blind people in grocery stores doesn't mean they don't want to be there."
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