Tuesday, July 3, 2018

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Most Mad reactions to Tote Prohibit
A DISGRUNTLED Coles client has got a"reusable" cart to protest the supermarket's plastic bag ban.
The client posted a photograph of the haul to Coles' Facebook webpage, where many have voiced their displeasure at the ban. "I will abandon my free reusable tote out front for your own collection, Coles," the shopper composed, including a smiley face emoji.

Reusable tote refused rival emblem
GROCERY shops throughout the nation at copping important backlash from clients over the plastic bag ban that sees them needing to make their own bags or cover 15 cents additional for a reusable one.
There are currently claims from several people that if they've brought their own luggage they've been turned off.

$5 Kmart hack surpasses plastic bag prohibit
THE PLASTIC bag ban has kicked in at Woolworth's shops also it will not be long until Coles joins in.
Aussie shoppers have started to adapt to having to bring their own luggage, finding new strategies to take care of their purchasing.
1 smart lady from Western Australia has discovered the ideal solution for reusable bags plus it has gone viral at the Kmart Mum's Australia Facebook page.
"It is a Lot Easier to transfer shopping to the home"

'Cockroaches crawling on to check-outs'
SUPERMARKET giants Woolworths and Coles have denied shocking reports of rodents, needles and dirty nappies being introduced to check-out employees in clients' reusable bags.
Bernie Smith, Shop, Distributive and Allied Employees' Association (SDA)'s nationwide New South Wales secretary, stated check-out staff had discovered mice, cockroaches, needles, razor blades, dentures and dirty nappies from the multi-use bags.