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Paper smoothie drinking straws – a wide mouth and completely compostable
If you are a regular smoothie-drinker yet still haven’t found an environmentally-friendly drinking straw, or if you enjoy your blended margarita milkshake but not the plastic straw that goes with it, then try out these extra-thick paper straws. They’re perfect for smoothies, thick shakes, soups, cocktails with crushed ice and any other beverage for which a thicker straw with a wide mouth is preferred.
The paper smoothie straws come in stripes of red and white, making them both striking and cheerful. With their wide 7.5 mm diameter, they are just right for thicker juices, soups, milkshakes or your favourite breakfast smoothie. Simply discard them with the kitchen and garden waste or in the compost once you’re done – these paper straws are 100% compostable. They are made solely of paper using an ecological process patented by the German manufacturer, Bio Strohalme.
These organic paper smoothie straws are:
- 100% biodegradable
- Perfect for warm and cold drinks alike
- Do not go limp and do not leach
- Made in Germany
- Free of chemicals
- Hypoallergenic & hygienic
Ø 7.5 mm · L 20 cm – made specially for smoothies, protein shakes and cocktails
20 units in a PLA bag
Long paper drinking straws in black, green and white are also available. They are of standard length and diameter and, just like the paper smoothie drinking straws, they are firm, compostable and perfect for both warm and cold drinks. They come in packs of 40. Then there are also the bendy paper straws, which will always add colour to an environmentally-friendly party. These bendy paper straws are striped and come in four different colours.
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These papier smoothie drinking straws are completely biodegradable. After use, simply discard them with the kitchen and garden waste.
100% biodegradable paper
20 drinking straws in a PLA bag