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Organic Grass Straws (Reusable/Disposable) 50pk (20cm) $9.99 + Delivery ($0 with Prime/ $39 Spend)


🌾 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.

Available in Standard (20cm) and Cocktail size (13cm)

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  • +4

    First free Hay straws now paid grass straws???

  • +2

    doesn't transfer heat

    This is actually a bad feature as you won't be able to tell if the drink is too hot. But the idea of bio-degradable straws is good so the upvote

  • +4


    has only a positive impact on the environment

    • +1

      Yeah that could be a stretch. Manufacturing… shipping….

  • +3

    Anyone tried these? Trying not to kill the planet one straw at a time, but cardboard/paper straws are terrible.

    • +4

      yeh I got these from the last deal. Much more durable than cardboard and paper alternatives and can even be cut in half to be used with smaller drinks. I would say you can use these at least 3 times before disposal

      • Great! Thank you for that feedback. Have you tried the cocktail straws?
        If you can please leave us a product review, so more people switch!

    • +3

      If it's for your own home use I've found silicone straws quite good, got my pack from Aldi. Not a fan of rigid stainless steel ones.

  • +1

    where is the bargain, how much are they normally.

    • +4

      If only there were photos showing if it is in a cardboard box.

      • -1

        They come in a cardboard box.

      • I don't know if you've ever ordered from Amazon but you don't receive the item in just its own packaging.

    • +2

      The straws come in a box that can be seen in the photo. However, when posted who knows how it is padded and packaged for protection and wrapped.

      IME they are not taste-free. I wouldn't buy them again. YMMV

      • +2

        How do we request that?

  • +1

    50 straws for $10+shipping..
    seems like these wheat straws suggested by Amazon might be better value at 120 straws for $13+shipping:

    No idea whether any of these are taste-free though, I prefer to drink beverages straw-lessly

    • +1

      Our Grass Straws are tastefree!
      They have been tested in multiple bars and private households.
      Please follow us on Instagram to see Aussie Cocktail Experts using our Grass Straws

  • -2


  • Where are they made?

  • +1

    What is everyone using straws for? Or is this something exclusive to women with lipstick etc

    Even at pubs and clubs I would always remove the straw and drink from the glass

  • I'm wondering about the shelf life of these straws? I don't use straws very often and wondering if they break down over time if stored for extended periods (years)?

    • -1

      they are pretty much like pasta, and last for a very long time in dry condition.
      When placed in compost they break down within 6 -8 weeks.

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