grocery bag

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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend: bag - a sack for holding customer's groceriesgrocery bag - a sack for holding customer's groceries
carrier bag, paper bag, sack, poke - a bag made of paper or plastic for holding customer's purchases
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It is a small hand sized gadget that works like a power bank, flashlight, and grocery bag holder
A 2011 study by the UK government found a person would have to reuse a cotton tote bag 131 times before it would become better for climate change than using a plastic grocery bag once.
Without using needle or thread, Aditya simply cuts around the T-shirt and ties several double knots to make a resilient grocery bag.
HERE Is A LIST of things that are thicker than a typical plastic grocery bag: A strand of hair.
A paper grocery bag can be purchased at the sale for $5 and you are able to fill it with as many books as will fit in the bag.
A shoplifting offence at the same store on August 5 has resulted in officers releasing picture 5, which shows a man in a short-sleeved shirt and jeans entering the store with what appears to be a grocery bag.
CycleWood's product is a biodegradable grocery bag for use by retailers and consumers.
"Our retail customers and the consumer are looking for a cost-effective and sustainable solution where bag bans have been implemented," says Pete Grande, CEO of Command Packaging, "It's time to address the single-use grocery bag issue without initiating a return to less environmentally friendly options like paper bags."
Department of Agriculture issued information to retailers stating that states' grocery bag fees may not be paid for with SNAP benefits.
It features an updated camera for collision warning, auto brake and pedestrian detection system, an illuminated gearshift lever, revised rear badges and a grocery bag holder.
During one trial, the load was carried in a grocery bag held against the chest.