Typically, food retailers are concerned more about keeping foodstuffs free from dirt and germs. Now some retailers are redirecting their attention to the cleanliness of their shopping carts as well. According to a report released by the University of Arizona and the newsmagazine Inside Edition, shopping carts, which are often not cleaned more than a few times a year, can carry more germs than a public bathroom. E. coli bacteria, coliform, staphylococcus, blood, mucus and saliva have all ...
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