Biodegradable Straws In South Africa

Planet Straw

Pasta straws have hit South Africa thanks to Planet Straw, which comes with the purpose of encouraging and contributing to the drastic reduction and consumption of plastic straws. We appeal on both sides – by encouraging consumers to use less or completely stop using plastic straws, while at the same time, recommending to companies that do not make plastic straws available, opting for ecological and sustainable alternatives. The serious problem surrounding the carefree use of plastic by our society is not new today. Planet Straw plans to stay one step ahead of the game to bring you the best eco-friendly and consumer-friendly alternative to plastic, and even paper straws. Our straws are packed and sealed keeping the product clean and up to all the hygiene standards.

Pasta Straws Now In South Africa

Pasta straws is a solution that planet straws offers to restaurants, businesses, shops and any Household in South Africa. Yes! Biodegradable straws that are edible!

Edible straws are completely safe for human and animal consumption even if consumed accidentally. These biodegradable straws do not change the taste in your drink! And after 90 minutes you might see your straw a bit soft which is a lot longer than paper straws last. Do not contain sugar, dyes or preservatives.

Unlike paper straws, which tend to last 15 minutes, pasta straws maintain their strength and shape for about an 75 – 90 minutes in refrigerated beverages.

Italian restaurants and bars love edible pasta straws in South Africa and around the world have started using straws made from pasta as there natural choice.


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Planet Straw is able to be deliver throughout South Africa – Centurion | Midrand | Krugersdorp | Vanderbijlpark | Boksburg | Randburg | Roodepoort | Sandton | Germiston | Stellenbosch | Bloemfontein | Alberton | Kempton Park | Port Elizabeth | Benoni | East London | Pietermaritzburg | Soweto | Berea | Pretoria | Johannesburg | Durban | Cape Town | Mpumalanga | Kroonstad | Knysna

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