Kroger Says Goodbye to Plastic Bags

As more and more grocery stores begin to ditch plastic bags, the acronym BYOB takes on a whole new meaning. Kroger — a grocery giant with nearly 2,800 stores in 35 states across the country — announced they’ll be doing away with single-use plastic bags. Kroger chairman and CEO Rodney McMullen said the store will transition to reusable bags by 2025 and the decision comes from their desire to protect the planet for future generations. Plastic pollution is one of the greatest...

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