TL;DR: As of Aug. 29, you can make your grocery shopping more green and grab the Lotus Trolley Bags four-pack for only $37.99, a 36% savings.
If you’re still grocery shopping using the store’s single-use plastic bags, what are you even doing? Not only do reusable bags offer an easy way to cut your carbon footprint, but they can also hold more groceries at once, making them much more convenient for an everyday trip to the store.
If you still haven’t made this essential switch, there’s no time like the present — especially since a four-pack of Lotus Trolley Bags are on sale for only $37.99.
You might recognize the Lotus Trolley Bags from their feature on Good Morning America, but in case you don’t, here’s what you should know. Each of these durable double-stitched bags is made of polypropylene and can hold up to 50 pounds of groceries. They fit seamlessly inside of standard U.S. grocery carts and include support rods to hang on the sides and line your cart with an organization system. One of the heavy-duty bags is insulated for your cold items, while the other three have enough space for everything else. They even feature specialty pockets for eggs, wine, and other essentials.
See the system in action:
If you don’t need all four, they can be separated for individual use. And if you’re only making a quick trip, you can easily remove the support rod and just carry a bag on your shoulder. In between grocery trips, the entire Trolley Bag system rolls up into a compact, lightweight carrier to store until next time.
These bags even feature mold-resistant mesh bottoms to prevent unhealthy fungi and bacteria from brewing. Plus, they’re machine-washable.
With scientists estimating 8 million tons of plastic trash washing into the oceans each year, it’s up to each of us to do our part in reducing single-use plastics. Snag the Lotus Trolley Bags for an easy way to help the environment. For a limited time, you can get a four-pack of reusable bags for only $37.99 (regularly $59). A percentage of every sale goes to high-impact non-profits that protect our oceans.