A.’s blue shop towels may be about to become a reality.
According to the L.I. Times, a L.C. grocery chain is planning to start selling the towels for about $1 a pack, and that the company will offer an introductory offer that includes 10 towels for $1 each.
L.A.-based L. C. Dyson, which makes blue towels and other household products, will be the company’s first retail outlet to offer blue towel sales.
The L.L.D.D., which is the parent company of L.M.
D, is the only grocery store that makes blue towel, and it is the largest provider of blue towel in the U.S. Blue towel sales are already a trend in the food and household goods world.
In the past couple of years, blue towels have become more popular with millennials, who are increasingly seeking ways to cut back on the energy and plastic waste they create, while also keeping them warm and dry.
Some shoppers have even started to ask the stores to put blue towels on their shelves.
In 2015, L. L. Bean, the world’s largest retailer of apparel and home goods, announced it would begin selling blue towels at its stores for $5 a pack.
The company also plans to begin selling them for $2.50 a pack on March 1.
But the L-L.
Bean initiative will have to wait a few years.
Darksons L.B. Bean plans to introduce the towels in 2017, but it has not yet announced pricing.
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