The UK government is banning the use of plastic bags for food packaging after two cases of lumps in a single bag.
The move comes after the government found out that the bags are prone to breakage, causing an increase in the amount of plastic used.
The plastic bags have been the subject of an urgent recall after two people had lumps on them, and two others had lugs in them.
The Government says it will not be changing the use guidelines.
The UK has more than half the world’s population, with about 7.7 million people living in the UK.
There have been reports of plastic bag cases across the world.
“In recent years, we have seen an increasing number of people experiencing problems with their plastic bags, especially after they have recently eaten or washed them,” the Home Office said in a statement.
The Home Office says that a plastic bags is designed to withstand “puncture and wear” as they are more than 1,000 times thinner than a human hair. “
We also recognise that many consumers may be concerned about the impact on their environment when using a plastic bag.”
The Home Office says that a plastic bags is designed to withstand “puncture and wear” as they are more than 1,000 times thinner than a human hair.
“There are other ways to recycle them but these are the only viable options for the foreseeable future,” the statement said.
Last month, the United States introduced a ban on plastic bags in grocery stores.