Are Your Reusable Cloth Grocery Bags Crawling With Bacteria? | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED

Are Your Reusable Cloth Grocery Bags Crawling With Bacteria?

Shoppers have been advised to bring their own bags or buy one of the reusable cloth kind, available for about 99 cents at every grocery checkout. But now those who make the plastic tote sacks are fighting back with a study they say shows those so-called 'green bags' aren't all they're cracked up to be.

The Canadian Plastics Industry Association hired two independent labs to study the reusable gear. Their findings: 64 per cent of so-called eco-friendly bags were contaminated by some level of bacteria.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Unless it just came out of the autoclave, EVERYTHING is contaminated by some level of bacteria!

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