Safe Shopping and Safety for Shoppers
Andi Barness-Rubin, the Founder and CEO of Cart Safe, which is a patented and recyclable liner that forms a protective barrier between groceries and the bacteria and viruses that exist on shopping carts joins Enterprise Radio.
Listen to host Eric Dye & guest Andi Barness-Rubin discuss the following:
- For the benefit of our listeners, please give us an overview about Cart Safe.
- Why is it important to cover or insert shopping carts with Cart Safe’s patented liner?
- Given the threat of COVID-19, why is Cart Safe a necessity for all consumers?
- Tell us, too, about the convenience Cart Safe offers.
- What else should listeners know about Cart Safe?
If necessity is the mother of invention, sometimes it takes a mom to fulfill a BIG need by creating a simple solution.
Cart Safe was created by Andi Barness-Rubin, a working mother of 3 boys who was frustrated with the thought of going to the grocery store and trying to keep germs off of herself and her food. Before the Coronavirus Pandemic, Andi would always wipe the handles of the shopping cart with a store-provided wipe (when they were even available), but once COVID-19 began to spread, she really starting thinking about all of the germs that were not only on the handle, but also all over the inside and outside of the cart. Frustrated by having to wipe down her entire cart, she came up with an idea that she knew would simplify her ability to keep herself and her family safe. With this idea in mind, Andi, with the support of her husband, worked as fast as possible to create and produce Cart Safe, the first-ever recyclable shopping cart liner.
Cart Safe is recyclable, made from durable LDPE (low-density polyethylene which is considered a #4 plastic).
With Cart Safe, in addition to being able to do your shopping with the peace of mind that comes from knowing that you are doing everything you can to protect yourself and your family, you will also feel good knowing that the product can be recycled by simply placing it in the collection bins that most large grocery stores provide to customers wishing to recycle their Safe Cart and plastic grocery bags.