Straw by Straw offers sustainable products to the hospitality industry, without compromising on fun or aesthetics.
It’s 2020, and plastic is fast becoming public enemy #1. The devastating effects of plastic on the environment are now widely known. Bars and restaurants are jumping on board the trend by banning the use of plastic straws.
Straw by Straw was founded by Ev Liu, a recreational diver, so she’s someone who has been aware of the effects of plastic for a long time.
Ev decided that awareness about the issue was not enough by itself -- to have an impact, you need to provide a solution.
With a focus on sustainable process, Ev started looking for a biodegradable material in the shape of a straw.
Suddenly, she realised the word ‘drinking straw’ was derived from real straws.
And so, Straw by Straw was born.
Now, the company still provides high-quality, sustainably-made and aesthetic straws, and also uses their product to open the conversation around plastic and the environment.
Stocked in restaurants like De Japanner, Amsterdam’s cult Asian eatery, Straw by Straw is a hit with consumers, and proves that you don’t have to sacrifice comfort or style for a sustainable lifestyle.
Are you interested in stocking Straw by Straw products in your venue?
Why do we produce plastic straws if real straws already grow in the nature? Where do you think the word "straw" came from?
Every year, we use 36.4 billion plastic straws across Europe.
For something we use only once, this is unacceptable and unnecessary.
We are here to redefine a sustainable hospitality industry.
In every step that we take, we choose better alternatives
and will make them accessible to anyone, anywhere.
In addition to taking personal responsibility for the environment,
we also commit to SDG's 12 and 14.
Read more about it HERE
Living consciously and sustainably is not only necessary,
it is the modern lifestyle.
Protecting the ocean goes hand in hand
with a happy and healthy life, without any compromises.
NO MORE PLASTIC DISPOSABLES. EVER. AGAIN.
Every day we use millions of plastic disposables around the globe. Why continue with that when there are millions of straws growing in the nature every year?
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