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Collection: Bamboo Straws

  • Made with real bamboo, reusable and compostable
  • We only cut and use what we need, allowing bamboo trees to continue growing
  • Bamboo is the fastest growing plant, taking 5-7 years to reach full maturity
Bamboo Straws

Frequently Asked Questions

How do I clean bamboo straws?
Hand-wash the straws with lukewarm water and soap after every use, and scrub them inside with a straw cleaning brush. Then, let the straws dry after every wash. If you want to give them a thorough cleaning, soak them in boiling water and vinegar solution (20:1 ratio) for around 5 minutes.
Why is bamboo the best alternative to plastic straws?
Single-use plastic straws play a huge role in harming the environment. They’re hard to recycle and end up in landfills for years. Bamboo, on the other hand, is reusable, disposable, and compostable. It even holds the world record for the fastest-growing plant, so it’s a highly renewable resource! Learn more about the plastic straw problem and why bamboo straws are your most eco-friendly option in this article.
How are bamboo straws made?
First, local craftspeople dry the cut bamboo stalks under the sun to make them sturdy and safe to cut. Next, they cut, file, and sand the stalks into straws. After washing them, the straws are dried under the sun for days, which naturally disinfects the straws. Learn more about how bamboo straws are made..
How long do bamboo straws last?
Bamboo straws can be used for years as long as they’re properly cleaned and cared for.
How many straws can fit in the straw holders?
  • Small Jute Straw Pouch - 1 to 3 straws
  • Large Jute Straw Pouch - Up to 6 straws
  • Coconut Wood Utensils Holder - Over 18 straws

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