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1 x Bamboo Reusable straw

#stopsucking on plastic and get yourself one of these natural, compostable beauties: an organic bamboo straw!
We searched high and low for the best organic bamboo straws. We finally found a lovely cottage business in the Far East. The straws arrived wrapped in a giant cotton bag as we requested no plastic.

Bamboo is the fastest growing wood in the world, able to grow as much as 4-feet in one day. This make it one of the world’s most renewable material. Hence why bamboo is so popular at the moment.

We offer these straws individually or if you’re looking to buy bulk or wholesale then please get in touch.

NB Straw cleaners are sold separately.

Care instructions:

With good care, a bamboo straw should last you a long time, maybe even a lifetime!  When cleaning, it is advisable to boil in water and add a little white vinegar then rinse and dry for optimum results.

Bamboo is naturally antibacterial too!

 

 

1 x Reusable Rainbow Smoothie/Bubble Tea Chunky Straw

Hello! This is the newest member to our ever growing reusable straw family, and it is pretty beautiful: the rainbow smoothie straw! Perfect for your morning smoothies, your bubble tea, you name it if it’s thick and delicious, then the smoothie straw will answer your needs!

1 x Stainless Steel Smoothie Straw

1 x smoothie stainless steel reusable straw. In China these wide straws are popular when drinking bubble tea. They’re ideal for smoothies too.

The necessity of plastic straws in everyday life is being reevaluated. Identified as one of the ‘big 4’ of plastic items found in beach clean ups, straws are used for a split moment in time, possibly for as little as  20 minutes, but will remain on earth with potentially devastating effects,  forever. If films like Plastic Ocean has taught us anything, it is this: our habitual use of single-use plastic items cannot be justified,  the practice can’t continue and renewable, sustainable and reusable alternatives need to be sought.

In August 2015, a team of marine biologists released a video (above) that’s been dubbed ‘turtle nose’ which shows a distressed sea turtle having a plastic straw removed from one of his nostrils.

The video quickly went viral and finally demonstrated the severity of our plastic habit and what its doing to unsuspecting wildlife.

The video started an important conversation about the presence of plastic straws in our lives post turtle nose and in era enlightened to the true extent of our plastic problem.

In the years since, a number of pubs have declared a no-straw stance including one of the UK’s biggest chains, JDWetherspoon, who stated they would phase out plastic straws by the end of 2017. In the past year alone, I have noticed  a number  of pubs showing their support for a plastic straw-free world and no longer provide customers with plastic straws.

As a result, the rise of long lasting, robust food-grade straws have been introduced and these are some of them.

1 x Stainless Steel Straw Bend

A gorgeous and very useful reusable stainless steel straw that is dishwasher proof. Take it everywhere you go so that you never need to use a single use straw ever again.

#stopsucking and plastic and buy a #reusable instead.

1 x Stainless Steel Straws- Bent

1 x straight reusable stainless steel straws

The necessity of plastic straws in everyday life is being reevaluated. Identified as one of the ‘big 4’ of plastic items found in beach clean ups, straws are used for a split moment in time, possibly for as little as  20 minutes, but will remain on earth with potentially devastating effects,  forever. If films like Plastic Ocean has taught us anything, it is this: our habitual use of single-use plastic items cannot be justified,  the practice can’t continue and renewable, sustainable and reusable alternatives need to be sought.

In August 2015, a team of marine biologists released a video (above) that’s been dubbed ‘turtle nose’ which shows a distressed sea turtle having a plastic straw removed from one of his nostrils.

The video quickly went viral and finally demonstrated the severity of our plastic habit and what its doing to unsuspecting wildlife.

The video started an important conversation about the presence of plastic straws in our lives post turtle nose and in era enlightened to the true extent of our plastic problem.

In the years since, a number of pubs have declared a no-straw stance including one of the UK’s biggest chains, JDWetherspoon, who stated they would phase out plastic straws by the end of 2017. In the past year alone, I have noticed  a number  of pubs showing their support for a plastic straw-free world and no longer provide customers with plastic straws.

As a result, the rise of long lasting, robust food-grade straws have been introduced and these are some of them.

1 x Straw Brush Cleaner

Straw cleaners keep your reusable straws lovely and clean. Made from stainless steel and a nylon 4 bristles, they’re robust and durable.

Pair with our reusable straws.

4 x Angled Rainbow Straws

These are beautiful and it’s as though they are changing colour as they reflect different light.

You will receive 4 x Angled Rainbow Straws that will help you reduce your plastic consumption and eliminate the need to invest in plastic straws.

#stopsucking and use these rainbow straws!

4 x Bamboo Reusable straw

#stopsucking on plastic and get yourself one of these natural, compostable beauties: an organic bamboo straw!
We searched high and low for the best organic bamboo straws. We finally found a lovely cottage business in the Far East. The straws arrived wrapped in a giant cotton bag as we requested no plastic.

Bamboo is the fastest growing wood in the world, able to grow as much as 4-feet in one day. This make it one of the world’s most renewable material. Hence why bamboo is so popular at the moment.

We offer these straws individually or if you’re looking to buy bulk or wholesale then please get in touch.

NB Straw cleaners are sold separately.

Care instructions:

With good care, a bamboo straw should last you a long time, maybe even a lifetime!  When cleaning, it is advisable to boil in water and add a little white vinegar then rinse and dry for optimum results.

Bamboo is naturally antibacterial too!

 

 

4 x Stainless steel reusable straw – bendy

4 x Stainless steel reusable straws


The necessity of plastic straws in everyday life is being reevaluated. Identified as one of the ‘big 4’ of plastic items found in beach clean ups, straws are used for a split moment in time, possibly for as little as  20 minutes, but will remain on earth with potentially devastating effects,  forever. If films like Plastic Ocean has taught us anything, it is this: our habitual use of single-use plastic items cannot be justified,  the practice can’t continue and renewable, sustainable and reusable alternatives need to be sought.

In August 2015, a team of marine biologists released a video (above) that’s been dubbed ‘turtle nose’ which shows a distressed sea turtle having a plastic straw removed from one of his nostrils.

The video quickly went viral and finally demonstrated the severity of our plastic habit and what its doing to unsuspecting wildlife.

The video started an important conversation about the presence of plastic straws in our lives post turtle nose and in era enlightened to the true extent of our plastic problem.

In the years since, a number of pubs have declared a no-straw stance including one of the UK’s biggest chains, JDWetherspoon, who stated they would phase out plastic straws by the end of 2017. In the past year alone, I have noticed  a number  of pubs showing their support for a plastic straw-free world and no longer provide customers with plastic straws.

As a result, the rise of long lasting, robust food-grade straws have been introduced and these are some of them.

4 x Stainless Steel Straws- Straight

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4 x straight reusable stainless steel straws

The necessity of plastic straws in everyday life is being reevaluated. Identified as one of the ‘big 4’ of plastic items found in beach clean ups, straws are used for a split moment in time, possibly for as little as  20 minutes, but will remain on earth with potentially devastating effects,  forever. If films like Plastic Ocean has taught us anything, it is this: our habitual use of single-use plastic items cannot be justified,  the practice can’t continue and renewable, sustainable and reusable alternatives need to be sought.

In August 2015, a team of marine biologists released a video (above) that’s been dubbed ‘turtle nose’ which shows a distressed sea turtle having a plastic straw removed from one of his nostrils.

The video quickly went viral and finally demonstrated the severity of our plastic habit and what its doing to unsuspecting wildlife.

The video started an important conversation about the presence of plastic straws in our lives post turtle nose and in era enlightened to the true extent of our plastic problem.

In the years since, a number of pubs have declared a no-straw stance including one of the UK’s biggest chains, JDWetherspoon, who stated they would phase out plastic straws by the end of 2017. In the past year alone, I have noticed  a number  of pubs showing their support for a plastic straw-free world and no longer provide customers with plastic straws.

As a result, the rise of long lasting, robust food-grade straws have been introduced and these are some of them.