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The Best Shopping Carts for Smaller Stores

Smaller stores may have the benefit of less overhead, fewer property taxes, and a lower carbon footprint, but this lack of space comes with several challenges as well. Stores with limited square footage have less room to store and display their inventory. Additionally, customers may have a hard time navigating the space without bumping into…

Updating Your Branding? Don’t Forget Shopping Carts and Baskets

Good L Corp branding on shopping baskets

What makes a good brand? Most of us inherently know the answer even if we don’t realize it. The best brands out there are instantly recognizable, memorable, and deliver a clear, consistent message about the values of a given company. In other words, a brand is essentially a company’s identity, at least as it is…

Shopping Carts: 6 Benefits of Utility Carts

Good L Corp utility shopping cart

The term “utility cart” can mean different things based on context. After all, an object’s utility simply refers to its usefulness, usually for a specific range of tasks. In a restaurant, for instance, a utility cart often refers to a multi-tray service/bus cart that can easily roll back and forth from the kitchen and floor…

How Long Do Folding Shopping Carts Typically Last?

Good L Corp folding shopping cart

While most retail and grocery stores offer plenty of shopping carts and baskets for customers to use open entry, some people prefer to bring their own vessels to the store for various reasons. Perhaps they wish to avoid germs, or maybe they just like the look and feel of their personal cart or basket. Some…

Shopping Small: Do Retail Customers Prefer Carts or Baskets?

Good L Corp mini basket with groceries

The term “shopping small” has three major meanings: it might refer to purchasing physically smaller items; spending less money during a shopping trip (i.e. a smaller bill); or supporting local small businesses. Regardless of how this phrase is used, though, the customer is always at the center. Put another way, in order for retail businesses…