About Rice Straw
If you haven’t yet changed to an eco-friendly alternative, 2020 will see single use plastic straws banned completely from the UK, joining many countries and global companies around the
Why Rice Straw
Tastless & Odourless
to clean oceans from plastic straws.
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the choices we make can change the future, and choosing RICESTRAWS as a 100% recyclable alternative to plastic makes you a valuable part of the solution!
Eco Friendly Colours
Blue pea (Clitoria ternatean) – grown in Thailand and Burma and used for centu-ries as a natural dye for food and fabrics.
Gardenia (Gardenia augusta) – This plant provides a small oval fruit which is dried and ground, then used as a natural dye.
Amaranth. This plant is native to the americas and creates a dye from crim-son red to sunset yellow.
Magenta – grown in Asia as a food and clothing dye, this plant provides rich purple tones, is tasteless and odourless.
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Take the pledge
disposable plastic whenever and wherever possible. Choose items that are not packaged in plastic, and carry your own bags, containers and utensils. Say ‘no straw, please.
your plastic footprint. Cut down on your consumption of goods that contain excessive plastic packaging and parts. If it will leave behind plastic trash, don’t buy it.
durable, non-toxic straws, utensils, to-go containers, bottles, bags, and other everyday items. Choose glass, paper, stainless steel, wood, ceramic and bamboo over plastic.
what you can’t refuse, reduce or reuse. Pay attention to the entire life cycle of items you bring into your life, from source to manufacturing to distribution to disposal.