Child’s Play: Shaping Their Future with Better Biodegradable Straws

by Rose Walker Writer

Keep your environment green and clean with our biodegradable straws. If you are reading this article, we assume that you know the harmful effects of plastics. 

According to CNN News Story, nearly eight million tons of plastic waste goes into the ocean each year.

That is why; shape your child's future with paper straws. Papers are biodegradable, compostable and affordable. If you have a restaurant or bar and you are using plastic items, then this is the high time to choose an alternative. 

McDonald, Starbucks and many large companies have announced the use of sustainable straws.

Wilbistraw supplies items at the lowest price in France. We have certified, BPA free raw materials, which are safe for children.

We Offer

We offer various types of products.

· Cocktail

· Normal

· Large

· Bubble Tea

· The Wilbistraw 360.


Why Should You Choose Paper Straws?

We promote paper products because it is safe for our environment. Many of you can argue that papers are coming from trees, and it harms the environment as well.

This is true, but if you compare paper and plastic and its consequences, then you will find that we can control the consequences (of using papers) by planting more trees.

Besides that, these are affordable and can be purchased in bulk. Other alternatives are glass, metal and silicone- all these are costly.

Moreover, you have the option to place a custom offer with proffered dimension and colour. If you are a business owner, you can add a logo with our items. So do not miss this opportunity.

If you need biodegradable straws bulk, then choose us as your business partner and take a stand to keep our environment fresh and clean for your next generation. 

Please, feel free to call us if you have questions about the quality and procedure, and do not forget to follow us on social media.

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About Rose Walker Freshman   Writer

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