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Couple turns grocery-bagging into a fast-growing business

Farzan and Jen Dehmoubed, a husband-and-wife team from Carlsbad, Calif., are the founders of Lotus Trolley Bags. The company and its product, marketed as a sustainable and convenient alternative to plastic bags, were born out of necessity.

After California became the first state to ban single-use plastic bags in 2016, the Dehmoubeds jumped on the opportunity to supply shoppers with a new way to pack their groceries.

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