My problem is the hypocrisy of some supermarkets charging way over the odds for plastic bags to up their 'green' credentials whilst flogging their own goods in overwhelming amounts of both rigid & soft plastic, dyes etc.

Sainsburys use eco-friendly plastic bags… why can't others follow suit?

The small handled, square paper 'bag for life' types are not strong, cut into your hands, are unwealdy, & impossible to use for those with certain conditions like RA, whereas plastic ones are flexible & can be hung over the wrist.  

Why is this idea important?

To address double standards in supermarket 'green' practices & make them more accountable & to make life easier & cheaper for the customer. 

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