Forget Your Reusable Bags? This Grocer's Embarrassing Plastic Sacks Will Help You Remember

Rethink's project comes as Canada bans single-use plastics

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There’s a new “walk of shame” these days—when you’re leaving the grocery store without your reusable bags and have to use up yet another plastic sack destined for the landfill (or, even worse, a body of water).

To help rub a little salt in that enviro-guilt wound, agency Rethink has created a line of embarrassing plastic bags (labeled with fake businesses) that will be handed out by East West Market in Vancouver.

So unless you want to be sporting a bag from “Into the Weird Adult Emporium,” “The Colon Care Co-op” or “Dr.



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