The first straws were indeed made of straw and were produced in Switzerland as a cottage industry. Today in Switzerland there is only one cereal manufacturer that still harvests the straw manually, primarily for weaving. This is reason enough to give a new lease of life to the natural product that has become rather forgotten ?For the production of drinking straws, the straw is harvested by hand with a sickle just before it ripens. It is then dried, cut to the right length and packaged in a low-germ environment. ?Each straw is unique in its shape and colour nuance and also an ecological alternative to conventional plastic straws. ?Compostable!

20 pieces per pack

Material: Wheat halm Length: 20 cm



The focus is on using traditional manufacturing techniques and natural materials such as wood, porcelain, straw and paper in the individual products.