The Bel Air grocery store in the Pocket sells its own reusable bags for 10 cents. As of Jan. 1, the city of Sacramento bans grocery stores, large pharmacies and convenience stores from offering single-use plastic bags at cash registers.
The Bel Air grocery store in the Pocket sells its own reusable bags for 10 cents. As of Jan. 1, the city of Sacramento bans grocery stores, large pharmacies and convenience stores from offering single-use plastic bags at cash registers. Andrew Seng aseng@sacbee.com
The Bel Air grocery store in the Pocket sells its own reusable bags for 10 cents. As of Jan. 1, the city of Sacramento bans grocery stores, large pharmacies and convenience stores from offering single-use plastic bags at cash registers. Andrew Seng aseng@sacbee.com

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