HAY! Straws: The Specs

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- Made from natural wheat stems
- 100% biodegradable
- Plastic-free packaging
- Gluten-free

STRAWS MADE FROME STRAW

Ingredients

Natural wheat stems. Our straws have been tested as gluten-free, and we test regularly to ensure they are safe for gluten-intolerant people.

We Support Small Farmers

We work directly with small farmers around the world to source our wheat stems. This offers an extra financial opportunity for the farmers to sell the stems, which are a byproduct of wheat harvesting.


Our wheat stems are hand harvested, and the best ones are selected for making HAY! Straws. This ensures the highest level of quality.

Minimally Processed

Unlike paper straws, which go through a pulping process with added chemicals, our HAY! Straws use the materials nature provides us. Our stalks are harvested, cut to length, and then thoroughly rinsed in sterile water three times to remove any dirt or bacteria. No chemicals are added—ever.


100% Compostable

HAY! Straws are 100% natural and can be thrown in the compost after use. They can be composted in backyard or municipal

composting facilities.

Eco Packaging

We use unbleached kraft boxes and print with soy-based inks. We’re proud to deliver our product in plastic-free packaging.

Perfect For

Cocktails and low viscosity drinks. Suitable for use in warm and hot drinks. Why not try a seasonal gin cocktail at the Robin Hood Inn - Smithfield, Carlisle


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