In 1937, a brainstorming session between Kaspar Manufacturing’s Arthur Kaspar and Perry Warmath resulted in the invention of the shopping cart. Their development was a direct response to a conversation between Perry and his wife, where she commented that carrying a basket full of groceries was an “arm-breaking” task. After an hour of scratch-pad sketching, the two men determined the final design of the first-ever shopping cart, titled “Basket Carrier.”
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