Crystalware Flexible Individually Wrapped Plastic Straws, 380-Count
Last updated date: September 14, 2021
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You'll get 380 individually wrapped straws in a box that's ideal for dispensing. The straws are made from food-grade, BPA-free polypropylene plastic. Each straw has a flex tip that's perfect for customizing the experience.
In our analysis, the Crystalware Crystalware Flexible Individually Wrapped Plastic Straws, 380-Count placed 2nd when we looked at the top 6 products in the category. For the full ranking, see below.
From The Manufacturer
These 7 3/4" long drinking straws are an excellent choice for all your drinking needs. They are great for at home, office, parties, on-the-go drinks and for all your beverage consumption. The large box format and individually wrapped straws also makes this a great choice for food-service operator’s beverage needs. These straws are tall enough for most drinking cups. The flexible/bendable top ensures that they are exceptionally easy to drink from. These straws are made from high quality, durable Food-grade polypropylene (PP) and will not crack or melt during normal use. The 380 pack format is perfect for home use, office use, bars, parties, BBQ’s and more!
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An Overview On Straws
The right straw can make a tasty beverage even better. Simply stick the straw into your drink and sip away.
When deciding on straws to buy for your home, think about which type of straw you prefer. Plastic has long been the standard, but in recent years, we’ve learned how harmful plastic can be for the environment. Still, if you only use a straw occasionally or you’re buying for a large party, disposable plastic straws are among the most affordable.
For all other uses, there are some great plastic straw alternatives. One is the paper straw. Completely biodegradable and attractive, these straws can be bought in bulk to save money. Plus, you’ll have the peace of mind of knowing your straw won’t harm the environment as you’re tossing it in the wastebasket.
And perhaps the easiest and eco-friendliest option for home use is a reusable straw. You can find reusable straws made of various materials including silicone and stainless steel. Between uses, simply clean, dry and store. Some even come with brushes that you can use to make sure the interior of your straw is thoroughly scrubbed and ready for use again.
The Straw Buying Guide
- If you’ve ever used a paper straw, you know they can be a little flimsy. Look for one that uses food-safe ink and top-quality paper to ensure it won’t become soggy between the first and last sip.
- Stainless steel helps liquid retain its chilly temperature as it passes through. However, some find stainless steel straws to be less comfortable than straws made of other materials. For that reason, newer stainless steel straws feature silicone tips that provide a little extra cushioning while you sip.
- You may not give much thought to the length of a straw when you’re being handed one in a restaurant. But when you buy your own, you should customize your straw to the height of the glass you typically use it in. Shorter straws are ideal for cocktail glasses, while you’ll need a longer straw for your bottled water, tumbler or tall drinking glass.
- The size of the opening of a straw also matters. If you regularly drink smoothies or milkshakes, look for a straw that’s 10 millimeters in diameter, compared to the 8-millimeter size of a standard drinking straw.
- The growing popularity of reusable straws has led people to look for ways to clean their straws. You can purchase a brush specifically for scrubbing reusable straws, though many reusable straws come with at least one brush. For best results, hold the straw under water and let the water run through as soon as you’re finished using it to make sure particles don’t get lodged in there. Then, run soapy water through and use the brush to thoroughly scrub it.
- If your straw is dishwasher-friendly, you can toss it in, but your dishwasher likely won’t fully clean the interior of the straw nearly as well as your scrubbing brush will.
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