Blog: Trolley developments

Catherine Sleep | 17 December 2004

One of the most heartening news stories of the week was that UK supermarket operator Sainsbury’s is revamping all its shopping trolleys to suit the needs of taller shoppers. This isn’t purely because the height of the average citizen has increased over the last fifty years; it’s largely because (cue drum roll) MORE MEN are doing the grocery shopping. Go figure.

Trolleys for tall people


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