BioPak Paper BioStraws 10mm – Jumbo
BioPak Paper BioStraws 10mm are made from 3 ply premium grade FSC® certified paper sourced from managed plantations, and are carbon neutral, recyclable, commercially and home compostable. These straws are available in a range of colours and prints.
It¬™s no secret that plastic straws are wreaking havoc on the environment. But there are still times where consumers prefer to use a straw. So, to lower the impact on the environment, we now offer BioStraws made from FSC® certified paper.
BioStraws are made from FSC® (Forest Stewardship Council) certified paper sourced from managed plantations. There is no coating.
- Product size: 0mm L x 10mm W x 197mm H
- Paper weight: 135 + 135 + 80gsm
- Carton size: 40.5cm L x 27.5cm W x 48cm H
- Carton total weight: 5kg
- Pieces per carton: 2,500
- Pieces per sleeve: 100
BioStraws are made from 3 ply premium grade FSC® certified paper sourced from managed plantations. FSC forest management certification confirms that the forest is being managed in a way that preserves the natural ecosystem and benefits the lives of local people and workers, all while ensuring it remains economically viable.
These straws are carbon neutral, recyclable, commercially and home compostable.
Our beautifully designed paper straws come in various shapes and colours. They are eco-friendly, stylish, functional and come in various sizes to suit any drink – the perfect choice for your smoothie or cocktail!
BioPak are proud to support and promote the arts community. Impress your customers with our art series straws that will add some taste to your drinks.
Not all paper straws are created equal some feature a plastic lining, which means they end up in landfill instead of recycling or compost, and others are made from virgin pulp instead of sustainably sourced FSC® certified paper. We do not use any coating on our straws.
Our paper straws are made from FSC® certified paper sourced from managed plantations, our straws are 100 percent carbon neutral. Plus, as a paper product, they can be disposed of in home composting systems, or co-mingle recycling bins.