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Want to Connect with Supermarket Shoppers… Give a Reusable Bag “Personality”

Let’s face it: reusable bag sales have not been considered a big growth mover in supermarket sales. Eliminating single use plastic/paper bags in support of our shared environment through the purchase and reuse of a reusable bag is understood by the shoppers, that alone has not been a sufficient driver to move the sales needle for reusable bags.  This has resulted in towns and municipalities… Read more »

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Supermarket Community Relations Efforts …SUPERSIZED!

Having spent the last five years working with supermarkets and nonprofits, you realize the incredible work each does in the communities they serve. The more interesting point is that they do very little, or more correctly nothing together, except one is a giver (supermarket) and the other is the provider(non-profit) into the community. Additionally, all supermarkets struggle with the “blowing your own trumpet” syndrome when… Read more »

Schnucks Markets Announces New Reusable Bag Program

Schnucks Markets Announces New Reusable Bag Program

St. Louis, MO – In line with Schnuck’s long-standing history of supporting the communities it serves, the grocer has launched a new bag program that will support local hunger relief organizations and not-for-profits. In partnership with Bags 4 My Cause, Schnucks now offers two reusable bags designed to support local hunger relief organizations and not-for-profit causes in the areas of health & wellness, education and… Read more »

Hannaford Cause Bag Program Announces 2016 Program Results

Hannaford Cause Bag Program Announces 2016 Program Results

Through the sale of two specially dedicated bags, the Hannaford Cause Bag program is designed to support local hunger relief organizations as well as nonprofit causes in the areas of health & wellness, education and civic while also helping to eliminate one-time use shopping bags. Jim Brennan, COO and co-founder of Bags 4 My Cause, reports that in 2016, over $269,107 was raised in nonprofit… Read more »