Paper, canvas, or recycled? Soon, this is what you'll hear when checking out of your local Whole Foods Market. On Earth Day, Whole Foods will be eliminating the use of plastic bags at the check out lines of their grocery store.
Why? Well, each year 380 billion plastic bags are consumed in U.S alone. Plastic bags don't biodegrade. Instead, they end up in the mouths of sea turtles, whales, and other marine animals. Whole Foods wants to put an end to this.
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