Ada straw is made from broken rice and tapioca with food grade coloring.
Fragments of rice grains, broken in the field, during drying, during transport, or by milling.
A starch extracted from cassava root. It consists of almost pure carbs and contains very little protein, fiber, or nutrients.
Natural Food Grade Coloring
Natural food colours are preparations obtained from foods and other edible natural source materials obtained by physical and/or chemical extraction resulting in a selective extraction of the pigments relative to the nutritive or aromatic constituents.
– Safe Edible
– Affordable price
– 100% Natural ingredients
– Decompose in 100days
– Eco & Environmental- Friendly
– Long lasting in cold drink
– Plastic free solution
– Customize diameter, length and logo printing
– Multi food grade color options
FOOD / DRINKS
- Non 100% BIODEGRADABLE
- Doesn’t decompose in landfills
- Only compose in proper composing environment
- Consist of plastic composition
- Design flexibility
- Tastes like paper when drinking
- Doesn’t last long in water & soda
- Non eco-friendly (Deforestation)
- Enviromental toxis
- Take 250 to 500 years to decompose
- Not easy to carry & clean
- Easily scratched
- More derergent required to wash straws create more environmental issue
- Hard to wash & dry
- Not easy to carry
- Easily detergent required to wash the straws create more environmental issue
WHY CHOOSE US
QUESTIONS FOR OTHER BIODEGRADABLE STRAWS AVAILABLE IN THE MARKET
Are they 100% biodegradable and eco-friendly?
A lot of biodegradable straws in the market are actually bioplastic or PLA products.
Are they safe and hygiene to use as drinking straw?
Are they certified by HACCP and ISO 22000?