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Plastic And Paper Straws Suck!
Ours Don’t.

HAY! Cutlery made from renewable natural Bamboo: ideal for your take-away service. Each set is individually wrapped for hygiene and convenience, every piece of cutlery is made from 100% bamboo. Grab a case today for $49 and elevate your take out menu.

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HAY! Straws are the best alternative to plastic and paper straws. They're ALL natural, 100% biodegradable and compostable, made from plant stems and gluten free. Say HAY! to HAY! Straws' eco-friendly products and ditch single-use plastics.

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  • 50 Pack
    Regular price
    Starting at: $4.49
    Sale price
    Starting at: $4.49
  • 100 Pack
    Regular price
    Starting at: $8.99
    Sale price
    Starting at: $8.99
Our Original HAY! Straws® packaged in 500 packs and priced for businesses. Wholesale quantities start at a Half Case (1500 straws), Full Case (3000 straws) and go up to a Master Case (12,000 straws). Tall 7.75" and Cocktail 5" sizes available for Wholesal

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Why Are HAY! Straws a Great Choice?

Say HAY! to HAY! Straws' eco-friendly products: Natural, gluten free drinking straws and shakers made from plant stems + Bamboo disposable cutlery. All biodegradable & minimally processed, meaning they won’t linger in landfills polluting our environment.

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See What People Are Saying

"they don't go soggy in a drink like paper options, don't require cleaning like metal ones, and are completely biodegradable"

Lauren Hubbard

“Using a pure wheat byproduct, these are entirely compostable and  biodegradable.”

Dan Q. Dao

“completely biodegradable straws that can  be tossed (guilt-free) right into the compost bin”

Ian Centrone

“Straws made out of straw”

David Carrig

"They are sturdy and don't get soggy, and they don't involve raising trees (as paper does), or extracting metals from the earth"

Sarah Engler

"Airy and light in feel, they’ll upgrade your Tiki drinks."

Rachel DelRocco

“We left a drink out with a Hay! Straw in it, and five hours later the straw still wasn’t soggy"