Amazon Prime grocery delivery bags are bad for the environment

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Christine Andre
Aug 25, 2021
I feel bad about these foil bags that I’m just throwing into the trash. Would like an option not to have them

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Steve N
Aug 2, 2021
Amazon is a monopoly corporation and Bezos is a sociopath. Billionaires shouldn't exist. The U.S. government should nationalize Amazon/make them federal employees and fire their management.

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Sushma Gurumurthy
Aug 1, 2021
I’m afraid the pandemic is leading to an explosion in non recyclable waste.

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Dotty Posto
Jul 31, 2021
It is so wasteful/ Amazon should provide an option for customers. I love the option to shop from home, especially since Whole Foods is a 30 min drive. And I think I’ll need to stop if I can’t get them to stop with sooooo many plastic bags (for EVERYTHING) and with no ability to opt out of the silver cosmic ‘cold’ bags!

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Amber Boyer
Jul 31, 2021
These bags are annoying and plenty

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Julie Weismann
Jul 26, 2021
I’m inundated!

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Laurel Elizabeth
Jul 20, 2021
The inclusion of these cool liners is horrendous and absolutely unnecessary! Some people have compromised immune systems and need to use grocery delivery. But don't make us harm the environment to do so!

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Meredith Sherman
Jul 20, 2021
These bags are very bad the environment

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Robin Johnson
Jul 16, 2021
Amazon is irresponsible for using these bags when there's no way to recycle them. First they lie and make it seem like they're recyclable by saying they are made of recyclable materials, but the bags are a combination of #4 and #1 plastics. #4 and #1 are each recyclable on their own but once combined into this bag they must be disposed of in the garbage.

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Rhonda Kaplan
Jul 16, 2021
I think a more sustainable option is for the drivers to have coolers in their cars. They could place the groceries in a cardboard box with paper insulation lining. They could put a bag of ice in the box. (from chipping out the freezer, the bags that WF has at the front of the store).