Say Goodbye to Plastic and Paper Straws
Introducing The Edible SUPERSTRAW
plastic straw alternative
Introducing...
The Edible
SUPERSTRAW

SUPERSTRAW

The SUPERSTRAW is made from Apple pomace and is completely biodegradable without harming the environment.

SUPERSTRAW IS EDIBLE

The SUPERSTRAW is a vegan product and completely edible, sugar-free and made from sustainable resources.  Enjoy your beverage and then EAT the straw.

SUPERSTRAW TASTES GREAT!

The SUPERSTRAW has a sweet and pleasant tart flavour but will not alter the flavour of the drink.  It also tends to take on the flavour of the drink itself.

PLASTIC and PAPER ALTERNATIVES

Why Choose The SUPERSTRAW over Paper, Rice and Compostable Plastic?


Frequently Asked Questions

What About Cost?

Costs Are Higher Than Plastic Straws

Paper straws will cost anywhere from 3 - 6 cents per straw.  The reaction of customers to paper straws is almost completely negative.  The straws have a bad taste, become soggy and dissolve in drinks.  This produces a poor experience for the customer and hurts the restaurant's reputation.

Rice straws are more expensive than paper but also can be unsuitable for carbonated drinks and dissolve very quickly.  


The SUPERSTRAW will cost between 8 - 12 cents per straw depending on volumes.  However, it lasts more than an hour in cold drinks, tastes great and is also edible which is a great marketing point.  Customer experience is extremely positive which improves the restaurant's reputation.  Customers also do not mind paying a few cents extra per meal for a great experience.

VISIT OUR ONLINE STORE FOR RETAIL SALES
(1,000 Straws or Less)

FOR VOLUMES OF 1,000 STRAWS OR MORE...  CHECK OUT BELOW
WHOLESALE PRICING
Contact Us For Pricing on Larger Volumes
1,000 straws or more.

Let Us know your location and the quantities you are looking for and we'll give you wholesale pricing.

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DON'T TAKE OUR WORD FOR IT

SEE WHAT OUR CUSTOMERS ARE SAYING

Panorama Hotel


“We are thrilled, also our guests find the SUPERSTRAW delicious and a great alternative to plastic straws.”