Found 10th Oct 2016
I've heard that you get free grocery bag if raw chicken is purchased for example.. is that true? cuz of all the health and safety stores are required to give you one by law.

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Original Poster

You’re not required to charge for plastic bags that are for:

uncooked meat, poultry and their products


"not required" ... but can i get it for free tho?

letterboxfortom

You’re not required to charge for plastic bags that are for:uncooked m … You’re not required to charge for plastic bags that are for:uncooked meat, poultry and their products"not required" ... but can i get it for free tho?



It would be entirely at the discretion of the shop where you buy it

The free one is the one the meat counter puts your meat in. It's doesn't mean the 5p carrier bags

can you not just take a bag or pay 5p? or just take one if you are so inclined?

I know this is hukd but come on, it's just 5p

Thanks for the tip, I'll be putting raw chicken in all of my shopping bags. Next stop Mothercare.

morrisons and sainsbury always ask would I like a bag for my meat?. they have non handle ones on a roll behind checkout

You can get a free small transparent bag with loose fruit and vegetables at most supermarkets.

Original Poster

Mumofth3Obeast

The free one is the one the meat counter puts your meat in. It's doesn't … The free one is the one the meat counter puts your meat in. It's doesn't mean the 5p carrier bags



​cheers
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