Do you get stains transferred from the small plastic grocery bags onto your countertop and refrigerator drawers? The printing on those bags from the supermarkets does not hold fast to the plastic. It readily sheds the black or red ink onto other surfaces that come in contact with the bags. You'd have to use a detergent to scrub the imprint from the kitchen surfaces, and you can't help but wonder whether the ink is toxic.
I don't believe anyone actually pays attention to the grocery store name and the general food safety message printed on those bags.
So, why won't the supermarkets just supply plain clear plastic bags instead of wasting money on the printing process and also creating a problem for the consumers?
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Corvallis (June 22)