Choose to Reuse at Foodland

With the bag ban going statewide on July 1, we here at Foodland are ready to make this an easy transition for you. From reminders to rewards, and new bags to choose from…we’ve got you covered.

Make sure you have plenty of bags.
Show your personality by toting your favorite design. They also make great gifts! We have all these styles to choose from. Shop Online

Plus, we’ll have our NEW Local Food Pyramid bag in stores very soon.

Don’t forget to bring your bags Keep them in convenient places like by the front door, by your car keys, in your car, at work, in your backpack or laptop tote. If you still forget, we can help. We offer “cart-to-car carryout” and will bring your groceries out to your car and pack them for you. You’ll still earn bag credits.

Use your bags!
Did you know that you get a 5 cent bag credit or 3 HawaiianMiles for every bag you use, every time you shop? It’s our way of saying “thank you” for going green. Plus, from July 1 to August 4, Foodland and Hawaiian Airlines have teamed up to help you .

Reuse and Win! All you need to do is commit to using reusable bags at checkout every time you shop, and you’ll be entered to win weekly prizes and the grand prize of a $500 Foodland gift card or $500 Hawaiian Airlines gift card for every bag you use! Click here for details and the official rules.

Take care of your bags so they take care of you,
Keep a separate bag for meats, vegetables, dairy and non-food items. Use a different Foodland designed bag for each and make sure to let your cashier know which bag is for what items. Keep in mind that plastic bags used to package fruit and vegetables, as well as bags to wrap frozen food and meats, will still be allowed under this new law. So use them when purchasing these items so they don’t leak. Wash your reusable bags so spills don’t lead to bacteria growth. Simply wipe down with hot soapy water or a disinfectant wipe and let air dry. Canvas and cloth bags can be machine washed. Foodland is here to support you in many ways during this transition, so please let us know if you would like to buy a bag, if you forgot your bag in your car, or if you have any questions. We’re here to help! It looks like this bag ban isn’t a big deal after all. So let’s get in the routine together and go reusable!