CHICAGO -- One of the nation's largest shopping-cart manufacturers said it has stepped up its efforts to reduce shopping-cart injuries involving children. nstrating the proper usage of shopping carts onto the plastic flap that doubles as a child seat and a leghole closure. The new signs feature attention-grabbing orange and red, and follow the guidelines of the American National Standards Institute. The company will also furnish posters and brochures to assist retailers in educating ...

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