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Wiltshire Farm Foods has worked hard to make this site as accessible to as many customers as possible, whether you have a disability or are simply not using the latest technology.
Hopefully you will find this site easy to use and will not encounter any accessibility related issues. However, below are some accessibility advice that may help you get more out of the site.
We have tried to ensure that the text on this site is as readable as possible. However
we recognise that some customers may need to enlarge the text further.
The method you use to resize the default text size varies between browsers. Below we demonstrate how to change text size on the two main browsers; Internet explorer and Firefox.
To resize text in internet explorer go to view > text size and select the text size you require.
In Firefox you can select to increase or decrease text size by pressing CTRL + or CTRL - respectively. Alternatively these options can also be found under view > text size.
If your browser is not listed above additional instructions are available from the BBC.
Many people also suffer from some form of motor control problem that can make using a mouse very difficult. Because of this, we have added "access keys" to this site. These act as shortcuts to key links on the page. The access keys are as follows:
To use an access key hold down the ALT key on your keyboard and press the appropriate number or letter listed above. On most browsers, this will immediately jump you to the appropriate page. However, if you are using Internet Explorer you will then need to press RETURN to activate the link.
If you suffer from some form of disability whether visual, cognitive or motor related then you will be pleased to know there are many ways you can improve your browsing experience. For more details on how you can make the web more accessible visit the BBC accessibility website.