Eco-Friendly Food Service Supplies and Paper Straws in Miami
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We supply 100% certified compostable, biodegradable and environmentally-friendly packaging, food service supplies and paper straws in Miami
Quality, convenience and awesome service for your food business, every time.
For all you folks looking for paper straws in Miami, we have you covered.
What type of paper straws, you ask?
We have FDA approved and certified compostable straws offering dozens of colors, sizes and print options available upon request.
Here are the facts:
First: “182,500,000,000 plastic straws are used every year in the US”
Secondly: ”In 1974, the average plastic consumption per capita was 2kg. Today, it’s 43 kg. That’s 43 kg of non-renewable, non-biodegradable, toxic substances clogging up our natural resources.”
Also: “At one of last year’s beach cleanups, 10 local bartenders collected over 400 straws within a two-block stretch of Miami Beach”
However, word is making its way around quickly. Now, 400 million paper straws are being used on an annual basis
…And Miami has caught wind.
Since July 2018, Miami Miami Beach City Commission has expanded the ban of plastic straws – marking the beginning of a new era.
From the plastic-free Miami Beach campaign to plastic use bans, Miami is well on its way to becoming one of the cleanest, greenest (and bluest) cities in America.
So, when it comes to plastic straws, Miami is on board. And we’re here to support this mission in every way possible.
Why are people moving to paper straws in Miami?
We all know: plastic waste is out of control, and it’s just not cool anymore.
From beach-goers to nature lovers and all the individuals who hold a vision of a prosperous future close to their hearts are all in agreement: #strawssuck.
Cue in: Paper drinking straws and plastic straw alternatives.
The truth is, customers demand choice and refuse to feed into the plastic cycle. Paper straws in Miami are huge, and business owners are noticing.
Join us in Miami’s movement to #stopsucking and help build a better city and, eventually, a better world for everyone we share our delectable Earth with.