This is a "totally biodegradable bag", therefore in 2 years it won't
When we go to the supermarket, once or twice a week, and buy things, and stock them in plastic bag, and then what do we do with these bags? We don't use the same ones to stock what we buy, instead we either throw them as is, or make them a bit useful by putting garbage in them. But even when they become garbage bags, where do they go? Do they burn them? Of course they don't recycle them.
This is definitely something that is very under the table and rarely ever mentioned. But there are several supermarkets out there offering re-usable bags from cloth, which can be used over and over again in the supermarkets, instead of wasting bags that are not biodegradable.
Kudos to Maliks, and let's hope more will join.