Parents' confident children are protected when shopping at a store using
PureCart System, which kills 99%+ of bacteria on shopping carts
GREEN BAY, Wis., Sept. 27 /PRNewswire/ -- PureCart Systems of Green Bay, Wis., is proud to be an iParenting Media Award Winner for 2007 Outstanding Products. Thousands of products were submitted to iParenting Media for its 2007 Outstanding Products Call for Entries, and all were put through the only internationally certified product evaluation system in the parenting industry. PureCart, a shopping cart purification system proven to kill 99%+ of germs and bacteria(1) on the entire shopping cart before actual consumer use, was recognized in the iParenting Media Award's Safety category.
iParenting Media's Award Program is dedicated to thoroughly reviewing products and keeping parents informed about outstanding products through the internet, print, radio and streaming video.
"We are proud to be an iParenting Media Award Winner in the Safety category. This award highlights our mission of improving the public's health by limiting their exposure to bacteria and germs in public places. Studies show there are 1 million germs on just one shopping cart handle(2) and that carts provide more exposure to bacteria and germs than public restrooms(3)," said Jim Kratowicz, PureCart's President. "Many consumers don't realize the degree to which shopping carts have been exposed to bacteria and germs via sources such as meat or poultry, dirty diapers and other consumers' illnesses."
PureCart Systems is a Green Bay, Wis., based company dedicated to improving people's health by providing safe and affordable products and services that help limit exposure to harmful bacteria and germs. To find out more about PureCart, please visit http://www.purecartsystems.com, email firstname.lastname@example.org, or phone 1-877-200-5010. Interviews available upon request.
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1 "Efficacy of the Shopping Cart Wash System to Reduce Microbial Load," research conducted by Dr. Jean Schoeni, PhD and Director of Research, Trac Microbiology, Madison, Wis.; and Dr. Schultz-Cherry of the University of Wisconsin Department of Virology.
2 Dr. Charles P. Gerba, Dept. of Soil, Water and Environmental Science, University of Arizona.
3 "Occurrence of bacteria and biochemical markers on public surfaces," K.A. Reynolds, P.M. Watt, S.A. Boone, C.P. Gerba, June 2005
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