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Not all reusable grocery bags are created equal.  But what are the best reusable grocery bags? There are many choices when it comes to selecting the type of bag you want to use when you shop for groceries, each having their own benefits and drawbacks. The life and death of shopping bags is complex and it’s hard to make good choices without fully understanding the landscape. While it’s clear that the use of reusable grocery bags cuts down on the amount of litter on land and in the ocean, it’s not easy to identify genuinely eco-friendly reusable grocery bags. 
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Single use plastic bags have become a common sight in most grocery stores, but few people know the story behind their invention. Why did this happen and what are the factors that contribute to the continuation of this practice, despite the negative impact of plastic bags on the environment?

Do you feel like a failure every time you go to the grocery store and forget to bring your reusable shopping bags?  Do you have a pantry full of reusable grocery bags that you have collected over the years but never remember to bring when you go out?  You are not alone.  

Our research has taught us that the #1 friction point for consumers in their quest to adopt the use of reusable shopping bags is forgetting to bring them to the store

To help overcome this challenge, we’ve pulled together a list of tips and tricks to help you remember to BRING your reusable bags every time you shop!

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You may or may not have heard about plastic crediting and plastic neutrality; they are newcomers in the world of sustainability titles. The way it works is, a credit holder can offset the amount of plastic waste they generate via plastic offset credit schemes. For example, a company could ‘offset’ its plastic production by buying the credit for plastic to be collected at the equivalent amount of which produced. Is this all starting to sound very familiar? Have you heard of carbon offsets? Well, this is pretty much the same proposal, a recycled idea at best.
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