Our state now charges $ if you don’t use your own bags🙄. So sometimes I wheel the cart out to the car and then bag my own when I forget to bring my bags in!
Love using my Woot bags
all of my reusable grocery bags advertise for Woot!.. I often wonder what the baggers think of me
I reuse the plastic grocery bags to shop for what the dog left in the yard. Does that count?
Just ask my grandma who would saved bread loaf bags…
We don’t have a choice here. Single use bags are banned, and larger stores aren’t allowed to offer paper bags or even sell them. So reusable is the only way.
I bought foldable bags, in the shapes of fruit or animals, and hang them on purses, keys, etc. and we have a bunch of reusable bags in the trunk.
It definitely works from an environmental stand point. But I’m very glad that two BOC in a row had a large roll of trash bags for office sized bins. Perfect size for what we would reuse our grocery bags for around the house.
I try to remember them… always nice to get one in the BoC, if I don’t use it for groceries then it’s carrying extra clothes or food on the road!
New Jersey requires it.
It’s the law where I live. Or pay extra.
Only because I have so many from BOCs and IRKs
Depends on where I’m shopping. We go to Aldi 1-2 times a month for bulk groceries and use our reusable Aldi bags when we go
Car show bags FTW!
I haven’t been to a car show in a few years, but I accumulated a lifetime supply high-quality plastic bags freely handed out (depending on automotive marketing budgets in any given year) by carmakers. For a, say, $10, entrance fee you could look at all the new cars and make off with an arm-full of high quality reusable plastic bags that last for several years (basically identical to the good ones that stores will sell you for a few bucks each) . Actually, my regular go-to bag is a large (washable) cotton slingable-over-the-shoulder bag handed out by a “luxury truck and van converter” from a trade show I attended back in the '90s.
Gimme da bags!
I do but I forget them at home often
Yes; I have several that are made from old jeans; they are strong and voluminous.
It’s the law where I live, unless you want to pay 10 cents for a paper bag.
I do re-use grocery bags for dog poo