SANTA BARBARA, Calif. — The California Grocers Association, Sacramento, is joining forces with the city of Santa Barbara and local environmental groups to educate consumers on the advantages of using reusable grocery bags. The city’s Environmental Services Division rolled out the program, “Where’s Your Bag,” on Aug. 28 at a kick-off event here. The program aims to increase consumer use of reusable shopping bags through a coordinated effort to educate grocery store staff, customers and the ...

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