Shop more safely with the first antibacterial bag for life

Since the 5p plastic bag tax was introduced in 2015, there has been an increase in the use of reusable shopping bags.

Independent international studies show that the increase in the use of reusable bags correlates with a spike in food-borne illness rates caused by cross-contamination due to a spread of bacteria from re-use.

The new Biomaster antibacterial ‘bag for life’ has an inner lining treated with antibacterial technology. This antibacterial technology prevents the growth of bacteria such as E.coli, campylobacter, salmonella and listeria, which might transfer between bag and groceries and cause food poisoning.

The Biomaster antibacterial bag is now available from a growing network of high street retailers including Marks & Spencers and online from Amazon.

Before you buy your next ‘bag for life’ check to see if it has the Biomaster symbol. If it doesn’t, you aren’t protected from potentially harmful bacteria.

Watch this video to find out more about the potential dangers of cross contamination.

 
Biomaster antibacterial technology was used to create a hygienic, reusable grocery bag