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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!

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Straws that won’t cost the earth

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We care about the planet

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10% of global profits to protecting our oceans

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  • Are bioplastics really better for the environment

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