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Nando’s partners with web app to improve dyslexic people’s access to ‘Good Food’

nandos 180Nando’s has teamed up with web app Good Food Talks to make their all-new, healthier menu easier to read for the estimated 10 million people in the UK with some form of dyslexia.

Launching to coincide with the restaurant group’s biggest menu revamp for five years, Good Food Talks is a free platform which uses text to speech software for smartphones tablets, computers and other devices for people with limited vision.

Matt Wadsworth, Founder and CEO of Good Food Talks said: “We are absolutely thrilled to be working with Nando’s. It’s a great honour to be able to use technology and accessibility to bring value to the restaurant industry and visually impaired diners alike.”

The Good Food Talks menu will launch alongside brand new, healthy menu items including the Churrasco Thigh Burger, Quinoa Salad, Fino Coleslaw and Sweet Potato Wedges.

John Nelson, Operations Director, Nando’s UK added: “Eating at Nando’s is all about sharing good times, so we’re always looking for ways to make that easier for people. There is so much great technology available now and we are delighted to be partnering with Good Food Talks to spread the PERi-PERi love even further.”

For more information, visit www.nandos.co.uk

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