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Same, here, especially with Ralph's and Vons. About a year before the ban I even bought a plastic bag wall caddy and it made so many things nicer and easier... and now it doesn't work with the bigger, thicker ones.
I replied to OP and said that I actually asked my mom to send a bunch of the old, thin bags as packaging whenever she has to send something to me because she's in the midwest and still has more than she can use.
There are actually products made to hold plastic bags. For $10... Looks awesome, but I can't fathom spending any money on it.
Personally, I reuse old tissue boxes to make my own "dispenser". Holds a crap-ton.
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Used to have a bag of bags but it got too cluttered and I got one of these:
It's in the kitchen and keeps the bags within reach but also more neat.
Super cheap solution
you're welcome: simple human grocery bag organizer
you're double welcome: same as above, stand alone unit
i did till i got this...
i'm starting to get my ocd back and it's terrifying.
I just use one of these: http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B007ZF638G
Or you could just buy one of these http://www.amazon.com/simplehuman-Mount-Grocery-Dispenser-Stainless/dp/B007ZF638G/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1446845760&sr=8-1&keywords=grocery+bag+holder
Yes, I even have a hanging container to put them in its solely for those bags
EDIT: this is it