We all run...out of time and resources.
I also run out of patience...
Yesterday I went to one of the biggest supermarket chains in England: @sainsburys
. I wanted to buy some pastries for my sister for the way home. I didn't notice any paper bags to put them in, there were only plastic. So I asked a member of the staff where I can find paper bags to put the pastries in. He said: we don't have any. And left. Ehh...thanks for your help.
Of course it's not this particular guy's fault. It's the whole corporate world and not giving a damn about polluting the environment influencing the quality of people's lives. Sainsbury's is actually the worst in class of all major UK supermarkets for cutting plastic packaging.
So imagine now, thousands of people buying pastries in plastic bags in this particular store daily. Imagine thousands of people buying pastries daily in thousands of Sainsbury's supermarkets all over UK. And what about bread, bread rolls, fruits and vegetables...!!! And what about other supermarkets?!
It is scary.
But yeah, did I get the pastries? Yes. Did I put them in plastic bag? Yes. I don't go there often, (actually I almost never buy pastries in England, because sorry, but they're not real pastries😛) and I didn't realize there would be no paper bags. Do I feel bad about it? Yes! Yes! Yes!
Today I'm sharing tips on how to travel in a more eco friendly way.
So if you're interested, as always, head to my stories.
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