Package of 30 edible and disposable drinking straws. Made of eco-friendly, renewable sources of wheat flour and cassava flour. These are a great alternative to regular plastic, paper, or stainless steel drinking straws. Easy to use and great for the kids, these edible straws are sure to be a hit around the table for any occasion.
Flewid Friendly Drinking Straws Details
The edible straws are 10-inches long, making them perfect for drinking hot or cold drinks with. Use our drinking straws in juices, soft drinks, iced coffees and teas, and even in thick milkshakes and smoothies. There are 30 pasta straws per package. These edible straws are very portable. Place them in your children’s lunch boxes, take them to restaurants, and keep a package in the car.
Flewid Friendly’s edible straws are long-lasting, staying usable for over an hour without getting soggy and waterlogged. There’s never a need to rush to finish your favorite beverage. All Flewid Friendly products are 100% biodegradable, all-natural, and manufactured without GMOs, BPAs, or micro-plastics. Just drink, and then eat or compost.
Save the Planet, Use Edible Straws
Our majestic sea creatures are dying at an alarming rate because they mistake our plastic garbage for food. From plastic food containers to drinking bottles and bottle caps, humans toss an estimated 8 million tons of toxic plastic into the world’s oceans every year. These break apart and turn into microplastics, and it’s these small pieces of brightly-colored and highly toxic plastic that can be mistaken for food by wildlife, fish, and marine animals.
Our 100% biodegradable edible drinking straws are the perfect alternative for those who want to help save the planet from global catastrophe. Our edible straws are ocean-friendly, and will decompose long before they reach any marine creatures. When dumped into landfills, they will quietly decompose instead of leaching toxic chemicals into the soil.
At Flewid Friendly, we believe in giving back to the community, so we plant a tree for every product sold. Learn more here.