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Requests for special-needs grocery cart spurs statewide action by Festival

7:48 PM, Feb. 21, 2014
Josh Hundsrucker of Howard and his William use a Caroline's Cart as they shop at Festival Foods in Suamico. William has cerebral palsy.
Josh Hundsrucker of Howard and his William use a Caroline's Cart as they shop at Festival Foods in Suamico. William has cerebral palsy.
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Sandy Hundsrucker hopes one day grocery carts designed for children with special needs will be a common sight in grocery stores.

With the support of Festival Foods, which is purchasing one cart for each of its 19 stores in the state, she is a little closer to her goal.

"It was a simple as an email," she said. "That's all it took to get Festival to respond and within a week they had the cart." ...

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