Drinking straws made of reed with diameters from 3 to 14 mm. Dark and light colours. Safe for food use, durable and 100% biodegradable, don't soak in liquids at all.
We produce kind to nature straws made of reed in accordance with ISO 22000 HACCP and ISO 14024.
Eco-friendly straws are certified by the Scientific Center for Preventive Toxicology, Food and Chemical Safety named after Academician L. I. Medved. We guarantee not only exceptional product quality for your client but also 100% safety for eco-systems.
The production sites are located in Ukraine, and we ship all over the world.
We produce straws made of reed with diameters from 3 to 14 mm, white, dark and naturally pigmented colours - thanks to a variety of diameters they can go perfectly with literally any drink.
We provide retail boxes made of recycled cardboard with a window and euro hole.
They are 100% biodegradable, don't soak in liquids at all. Moreover, our straws are not being cleaned with any chemicals - only barbotage baths, ozone and infrared light are being used to make them disinfected and ready to use. Safe for food use.
Straws wider than 6 mm in diameter can have laser engraving, with the logo of your client's business, for example.
Reed straws can be wrapped individually!
We know, that the market is more than ready for a durable and biodegradable switch from plastic and paper straws. Let's do it together!
biodegradable, durable, eco-friendly, organic, variety of sizes, clean, safe for food use, compostable, safe for nature and humanity, don't soak in water, go with any drink, disinfected, patented, certified, natural,
|Seller Objective:||Looking for retail or wholesale companies to purchase direct from them|
|Patent / IP Status:||Utility patent issued|
|Inventory in Stock:||In stock and available for sale|
|Number of Units in Stock:||1000+|
|Suggested Retail Price:||$0.34 To $0.46|
|Wholesale Price:||$0.04 To $0.05|
|Estimated Cost/Unit:||$0.04 To $0.05|
|Prior Sales Activity:||Containers of straws were shipped to USA for our private label client. Pallets of straws were shipped across Europe for restaurants and distributors.|