What about restaurant delivery and take-out?

Restaurants shall charge 5¢ per order for paper bags required for delivery or takeout of that order, understanding that they often do not know how many bags are required until after the purchase is made and the customer is out of contact.

Doggy bags are exempt from the carry-out paper bag fee.

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1. What counts as a carry-out bag?
2. What counts as a “compliant” reusable bag?
3. What if I forget to bring a reusable bag?
4. What kinds of bags are allowed without fees?
5. What about bags that come into direct contact with food?
6. What about restaurant delivery and take-out?
7. What counts as a “doggy bag”?
8. Is there a fee for paper gift bags?
9. What if dampness issues make the use of paper bags impractical?
10. Where does the 5 cent fee for paper carry-out bags go?
11. Are seniors and public assistance recipients exempt from the paper carry-out bag fee?
12. What should I do if I have a large supply of non compliant carry-out bags already purchased for use in my store?