It's time to help save our planet and give up using plastic straws in your drinks.
Plastic straws are incredibly bad for our ocean and kill millions of marine life.
Let's discuss how and why you should replace your plastic straws, with edible straws!
Plastic straws are extremely hurtful to our ocean.
Millions of straws end up in the ocean, polluting the water and killing our marine life.
If this doesn't change, by the year 2050 there will be more plastic in the ocean than fish!
Plastic straws are difficult to recycle because of how light they weigh; they easily drop out of the sorting machines and mix with other materials.
Plastic does not biodegrade, it breaks down into smaller pieces called 'microplastics' which is even more damaging to the marine life.
There are many alternatives to using a plastic straw in your drink.
Examples include: Metal straws, paper straws, reusable straws, bamboo straws and edible straws.
Any one of the examples above should now be used instead of a plastic straw to help save our planet.
Edible straws are one of the better ways to drink our drinks.
The Sorbos Edible Straws are made from sugar and corn-starch meaning they are 100% biodegradable.
The whole straw is completely edible, plus they are gluten free!
Each straw is individually wrapped, making them perfect for commercial use.
The straw can withstand up to half an hour submerged in liquid, giving you plenty of time to enjoy your drink.
There is a variety of flavours for you to choose from all depending on your preference and flavours for different cocktails.
choose from strawberry, chocolate, lime, apple, cinnamon and lemon.
Or if you're stuck on choice, go for the mixed selection!
Try a chocolate flavoured straw for drinks such as milkshakes or iced coffees!
Or how about the lemon flavoured edible straw? This would work perfectly in those ice cold fruit juices.
Sorbos Edible Straws can work in any drink you desire. Whether it's a cocktail or a glass of water, these straws are a great replacement to the plastic straws.
Still wanting to find out some more information on these funky straws?
Well, head over to our YouTube Channel where you can watch a whole video on them!