Paper Straws

Straw Sizes are Standard 6mm & Giant 8mm

High quality, paper straws that do not disintegrate in your drink and will give you an average of 2 hours of drinking time. We can offer a huge range of vibrant colours and designs to choose from. Our straws can be wrapped or not wrapped.

Standard Orders

Plain White

Standard 6mm & 8mm

Standard Line 6mm
Stripe:
Black & White
Red & White
Blue & White
Green & White

Standard Line 6mm
Chevron:
Black & White
Red & White

Giant Line 8mm
Stripe:
Black & White
Red & White
Blue & White
Green & White
Yellow & White

Mixed Coloured Batches – Great for Milkshakes

Bespoke Orders

Custom Ordered Straws

Straw designs and logo’s made to order for your specific event/festival or restaurant

For larger orders we can personalise/brand your straw or the wrapper. Samples can be sent on request.

Bamboo Straws

Are Bamboo Straws Safe?

Using a natural, organic straw made from bamboo eliminates the potential for ingesting chemicals

Bamboo straws do have a limited lifespan, especially if they are not finished or cured.

Because bamboo is a natural, organic material, it will eventually begin to fray and splinter, even when well cared-for. This is simply what happens to all natural materials.

The good news is that when your bamboo straw is worn out, you can toss it in the compost pile instead of the garbage can, assuming it hasn’t been treated with any chemicals. There, it will break down naturally, instead of creating more mass in a landfill.

Glass Straws

Attractive & re-useable, non-toxic, environmentally friendly and heat resistant.
Microwave or dishwasher safe for sterilisation.

Our Vision

To play an active role in eliminating the usage of plastic straws and
educating the public and the restaurateurs on the reasons why this habit
needs to stop.

NO TO biodegradable PLA PLASTIC

Many “green” companies are promoting the use of biodegradable PLA plastic straws.

ARE COMPOSTABLE PLASTIC STRAWS GOOD ENOUGH?

“Marketeers love to tout the biodegradability of the material, and its true, that at some point it will biodegrade. The reality however, is that this process will take several hundred years in a typical landfill. To biodegrade, PLA requires a laundry list of conditions to effectively break down. Specifically – oxygen, a temperature of 140+ degrees, and a 2/3 cocktail of organic substrate. Collectively, these are absent in any scenario outside of industrial composting facilities. This means that PLA plastic will sit in that landfill right alongside ABS and other plastics for a very long time”. Environmentalist

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