I don't know if anyone else is experiencing this sort of supply-demand issue, but I have a great demand for paper bags for poulticing. All of my regular groceries have switched over entirely to plastic bags either because of money or to encourage reusable bags. Anyway, that has left me with a huge void that I don't know how to fill.
Does anyone have a source for paper bags that I do not know of? What do you use to substitute for paper bags when you poultice? I broke down and used printer paper yesterday... not ideal! I commonly poultice after hard works, so the groceries kept me well stocked.
I use the rolls of poultice paper from Smartpak- No more grocery bags around here either. Although if you have a restaurant supply or a paper goods store nearby, often they will carry rolls of brown packaging paper.
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It seems like most stores that sell natural foods or organic stuff like Trader Joe's and Sprouts use paper bags. If they have produce that you like, you could try buying some stuff at those stores for the paper bags.