We choose to make our drinking straws out of Corn starch polymers, Bio-PE and FSC® paper as alternatives to plastic. The life cycle assessment shows that bioplastics like PLA need less manufacturing energy and water and generate less waste while Bio-PE material will have negative impact on the carbon emission. In contrast, petroleum-based plastics use more energy and water and emit large amounts of carbon and solid waste. Choosing products made from plants, not petroleum, conserves oil resources and supports cleaner production while protecting our health

PHA Straws (PolyHydroxyAlkanoate)

A large variety of micro-organisms (Pseudomonas Putida, Ralstona Eutropha, a.o.) make different types of PHA materials comprising more than 150 different building blocks or monomers depending on the available nutrition in their environment. However, the molecular weight of these PHA…

PP (PolyPropylene)

The most common form of drinking straw is made of the thermoplastic polymer Polypropylene. This plastic is known for its durability, lightness, and ability to be manufactured at a low cost. These attributes are what have made the traditional plastic straw…

Bio-PE

Climate change is one of the biggest challenges facing humanity. Every action we take as a business has a consequence, so we have taken steps to lower the carbon emissions that come from our manufacturing. Bio-Polyethylene is a plastic produced…

PLA Straws (PolyLacticAcid)

A compounded bio-degradable & compostable material which will be completely degrade in commercial compost facilities within 180 days or less as requiring controlled condition (high temperature and humidity to be able to breakdown entirely) A unique cross link bio-polymer combine…

FSC® Paper Straws

All papers are made from virgin pulp ( non-recycle ), chlorine-free TCF or ECF pulp and confirm to the highest standard Food Contact reckon in the Foodservice Industry for direct contact with food (Free from PFOA, PFOS & BPA as…