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The naturally grown drinking straw. The word straw came from straw... not plastic.
Currently in partnership with the Maine Sustainable Agriculture Society and the Maine Organic Farmer's & Gardner's Association to bring this unique product's production to the organic fields of Maine and help support local growers.
Straw Straws are a green alternative to the 500 million+ plastic straws used every day. They are crafted from sustainably grown, organic straw and are approved by the FDA as a food contact substance.
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