Bamboo Straw Set of 8

You’ll love it because: It’s eco-friendly, plastic-free and sustainable, and our village-based artisan partners make sure the bamboo is smooth and easy to use.

Price:

$5.00$6.00

SKU BB-STRW Categories , Tag

Description

Single-use plastic is a critical issue, not only in Laos but across the world. Doing away with single-use plastic means finding good alternatives and promoting behaviour changes. In Laos, bamboo grow prolifically, and it is used for a number of things.

Using bamboo straws as a plastic-free, ecological alternative is sensible and sustainable, plus it creates an income opportunity for our artisan partners. Sustainably harvested, cleaned and hand-sanded to ensure smoothness, these straws are good-looking and easy to use. Wash them in cool soapy water for repeated use.

  • Material: Bamboo
  • Care Instructions: Hand wash after use
  • Dimensions: Pack includes 4 – 20 cm straws and 4 – 15 cm straws, (pack of 8 – 15 cm straws), (pack of 8 – 20 cm straws)

Additional information

WeightN/A
Size

15 cm, 15cm & 20 cm, 20 cm

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