My dilemma wasn’t of the “Please don’t put the 2 litres of milk on top of the sliced pan” but it was of the “I have no cash”
I would think that I am like many people now who don’t shop with cash, instead they shop with credit or laser cards. And even when it comes to the trolley, I have a token. So my heart sinks a little bit when I see the eager kids waiting to pack my bags for me. With no cash I tend to say, its ok I will do it myself, I have no change. But then I feel like a grumpy old man.
Surely there is a way/better way for charities to do bag packs?
I asked on twitter over the weekend and Allan Boyle came back and suggested that if supermarkets could add the donation to my bill charities would probably fare better. I completely agreed with at the time, then I remembered speaking to a retailer about this before and they didnt like the idea at all, as it involved work for them.
So what is the answer?
I actually don’t know…shock horror. I haven’t a clue what could be done, but surely someone has the answer to rid me of my charity bag pack guilt?