Eco Drinking Straws
Straws that won’t cost the earth!
We care so deeply about the earth that we’ve made it our MISSION to not only WIPE OUT PLASTIC DRINKING STRAWS but also to provide the best garden compostable alternatives. The frightening fact is, according to a study published in National Geographic, 8.3 billion straws pollute the world’s beaches.
In fact, they are found in our parks, streets and in our oceans. Together, we can work towards our mission and provide YOU with eco-friendly drinking straws that won’t cost the earth!
Grass straws are nature's drinking straw. Made from Lepironia Articulata, a naturally occurring, organically grown water grass from the Mekong Delta in Vietnam
Wheat straws are made from the agricultural waste of the wheat harvesting process
Kraft which is more sustainable than traditional paper, it adopts heat sealing technology with only 0.1% glue.
Sugarcane straws are made from the agricultural waste of vegetable farming - the circular economy in action.
We care about the planet
100% plant-based or FSC certified
recyclable or compostable packaging
We give back
10% of global profits to protecting our oceans
Natural drinking straws vs Plastic?
Natural drinking straws have become increasingly popular as an alternative to plastic straws, which have been a major contributor to plastic pollution. Plastic straws are not biodegradable and can take hundreds of years to decompose. They end up in the ocean, causing harm to marine life, and are a major environmental problem. But why do…
Eco-friendly Alternatives To Plastic
1. Plastic Straws In Australia, 2.47 billion plastic straws end up in landfill. They’re lightweight, so once they’re dropped or discarded, plastic straws easily blow into waterways and enter our oceans. Once in our oceans, they’re extremely dangerous for our marine wildlife. There have been instances where sea turtles have had plastic straws lodged painfully…
Which Australian states are banning single-use plastics?
JULY 1, 2021 Thanks to incredible momentum inspired by ocean lovers, six out of eight Australian states and territories have committed to ban single-use plastics. Yet with each jurisdiction committing to ban different plastics, you might be wondering which state is leading the race to ban single-use plastics in Australia. See which plastics each state has…