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How to be Super Eco-Friendly: Use Reusable Produce Bags

reusable produce bags from BYO bags
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Spotted yesterday at Green & Greener in Valley Village, the only general store dedicated to environmentally friendly products in Los Angeles (see our photo tour here). We've always hated going to grocery stores with our reusable bags only to have to use plastic ones for broccoli and lettuce. Problem solved, thank you BYO Bags. Three come in a package and they sell for $10.99.

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