Whole Foods isn’t the only place offering reusable shopping bags. Seems you can get them everywhere now. In fact, Kroger’s Fred Meyer chain took out full page ads recently touting their new eco-friendly bags.
Target gives 5% of their profits to charities, and until recently has done little to tout it other than a sign in their store or a section in their annual report. To most people, Target is a company that is doing good and doing well.
I was pleased when I noticed their “10 Ways to Reuse Your Plastic Bag” messaging. It was creative, and I was rewarded for paying attention. But it made me wonder, “Where are their fabric bags?” and “Can they do more?” and “Why the hell didn’t I remember my fabric bag?” Ahhhh. I think I get it now.
Nice job, Target.