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Grass Straws - Organic Home Compostable, Reusable/Disposable (20cm) $9.99 + Delivery ($0 with Prime/ $39 Spend) @ Amazon AU


Time to celebrate again. For more information incl a video on how our straws are made check our Instagram handle @OaZis_AU

🌾 BETTER DAILY CHOICE using Grass Straws is just as convenient as single-use plastic straws, but it has only a positive impact on the environment.
🌾THE GRASSY ALTERNATIVE? Our Grass straws originate in nature and end up in nature, making them truly 100% biodegradable! Not only beautiful, but our straws are also organic, strong and durable, contain NO inks or dyes. Your purchase make a difference to the Mekong Delta Region, protect the species and traditional industry.
🌾SAFE DRINKING doesn't transfer heat like Glass and stainless steel straws do, making them ideal for hot drinks, as well as a great choice for children who want to enjoy their favorite drinks without the risk of breakage, making them ideal for all drink types from your green juice or smoothie to coffee and cocktails. No pesticides or chemicals are used while growing or drying.
🌾EASY DISPOSE: You can use our Straws up to 3 times after rinsing them with fresh water, finally just dispose of in your organic bin or compost. Fantastic for private use as well as commercial food trucks, restaurant, bars clubs and many more
🌾BIO-DEGRADABLE Each pack contains 50 Grass Straws which might differ from one another as it is a 100% natural product.

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  • How does it affect the taste of the drink?

    • you get grass notes.


        No our straws are tasteless.
        We have Cocktail experts around the world testing them and using them. People absolutely love our Grass Straws

        Happy Slurping :-)

    • -6 votes

      Do a search…


      Great question.
      Our Straws are tasteless. Unlike paper they don't get soggy or give off chemicals.
      We have a big number of customers that are simply reminded of a holiday feeling when using our straws.

      Happy Slurping :-)

  • +7 votes

    Hay, there are a lot of alternatives on amazon with a cheaper per-straw price

  • Whats the normal price? Is there much difference or benefits in these over wheat straws? I actually wanted to test out wheat straws so i ordered from here just to try them out:


    You get 100 x 20cm wheat stem straws for $9.95 with free delivery. This offer is for only 50 grass straws.

  • I'm not sure all of these 'green' disposable straws are much better for the planet than the plastic ones. The manufacture process is still bad right? Disposable = more factory operation, more profits. I'm surprised that no one has come out with a straw subscription… Dollar Straw Club.

    I can't think of the last time I used a straw.

    • +2 votes

      I'm surprised that no one has come out with a straw subscription… Dollar Straw Club.

      Should be Dollar Suck Club if you're following the format of that razor company.

    • if you cant see how a disposable-but-biodegradable grass straw is not somehow better than a disposable-but-nonbiodegradable straw then I weep for the future.

      grass, last time I checked at least, is also renewable. Oil/plastic is not.

      • -6 votes

        grass, last time I checked at least, is also renewable. Oil/plastic is not.

        Ummm… Do you understand where oil comes from?

        Oil is made of plants and animals…

      • Oh I agree that biodegradable is better than plastic. My point which I made poorly was that it is not much better. The obvious better solution is to stop using straws, or bring your own re-usable straws. Renewable disposables are a half-measure that ensures continued profits.

    • +2 votes

      Not only straws, all this overpriced BS marketed on instagram as being "environmentally friendly!" and "we started this company because we r soooooo passionate about the environment!"
      No, you started the company to try and make a quick buck by selling poor quality dropshipped junk.

  • +3 votes

    This deal is for suckers…

  • You should put the number of straws in the pack in the title.

  • Are these made in Australia ?
    Not in China I hope ?


      No they are no made in China. Our Straws come from the Leiponia plant which is a Swamp Grass that grows in Vietnam.
      Our Straws are farmed sustainably without chemicals, hand harvested and hand-cut and cleaned.