Over the past decade, more than 20 million Americans have used the zipper to bag groceries.
But according to a study from researchers at the University of Minnesota, this simple, efficient method could be changing the way you eat.
When you are stuck at home with groceries, there’s not much you can do.
You’ll usually have to find another way to get to them, like a car.
But you could use your zipper bag to save a few bucks.
Researchers in the United States, Denmark and the Netherlands found that a zipper bag can be used to cut through the clutter of a home, with a savings of more than $2 a week.
When the zipper bag is too small, you might be tempted to throw the bag away or toss it away altogether, says study author David Buss, a senior lecturer in human resource management at the university.
But this is not the case when you are eating at home, Buss says.
“In that case, a zipper is a great alternative, because you can use the bag to get around and keep track of where you left your food.”
Using the zipper bags at home has a number of benefits.
They are lightweight, which means they are more practical for people who have mobility limitations, such as elderly people and people with disabilities.
And because the bag is attached to the zipper, it doesn’t have to be put away for long periods of time.
If you use the zipper as a regular grocery bag, you’ll spend less time trying to locate and keep your food at home.
But if you’re using the zipper in the same way, you could save $1 per week.
If you use a zipper as an everyday grocery bag in a pinch, you’d save $3 a week on food.