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Coop Danmark Tests Unmanned Grocery Store Concept

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Coop Danmark is planning to open the first unmanned grocery store in Denmark during the first quarter of 2018.

The retailer is trialling the new concept, Beep & Pay, in one of its Dagli'Brugsen neighbourhood stores in Sengeløse, a town west of Copenhagen.

Customers scan their mobile phone when entering the store so that they can be identified. Then, they scan products themselves as they shop, and pay for their purchases via the Beep & Pay app.

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