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Daily Mail (UK): Is this the end of plastic bags? Holdalls that fit inside supermarket trolleys and help sort your groceries as you shop go on sale.

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Is this the end of plastic bags? Holdalls that fit inside supermarket trolleys and help sort your groceries as you shop go on sale

  • Trolley Bags are a system of reusable bags that fit on to shopping trolleys
  • Creates series of open and upright bags into which to sort goods
  • Are colour-coded so shoppers and stack similar items together

By NAOMI GREENAWAY FOR MAILONLINE

PUBLISHED:00:07 EST, 7 January 2015|UPDATED:21:53 EST, 7 January 2015

A simple set of cleverly designed reusable bags could revolutionise supermarket shopping - and mean you will never need a plastic bag again.

Trolley Bags are a system of reusable bags that fit on to shopping trolleys to help organise goods at the checkout.

In one simple action, the system spreads out and rests on any supermarket trolley giving the shopper a series of open and upright bags into which to sort their shopping.

What's more, as the bags stay open on their own you won't have to use one hand to hold the bag open when checking out.

Ta-da! You'll have two whole hands at your disposable so packing the shopping will feel a whole lot easier.

And no more struggling to pinch open the plastic bags whilst a queue of people look on in bemusement.

Who hasn't been caught out by an impossible-to-open plastic bag that's instigated an embarrassing amount of fumbling?

Costing £16.99,Trolley Bagscould hold the key to a stress-free supermarket shopping experience.

On its website, the company says: 'So, what is it? In one simple action the system spreads out and rests on any supermarket trolley giving you a series of open and upright bags into which you can pack and sort your shopping with both hands.

'Gone are the days of using one hand to hold a bag open.

'The future is a simple system of bags that does the work for you, saving you time at the supermarket.

'If you "scan and shop" you can pack and sort as you go. If not, you can pack and sort after your items have been scanned at the check out.'

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