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Discussion in 'Plants: In the News' started by Junglekeeper, Nov 22, 2018.
Taiwanese startup ramping up production of su... | Taiwan News
Great article. New to the forum here. I think these sugarcane straws are already in Vancouver and www.justgogreen.ca (Go Green Innovation) sells them. City of Vancouver is banning straws by June 2019 and I am already seeing a lot of restaurants started giving out plastic alternative straws.
Here's an article on what's happening on the local scene: Richmond entrepreneurs introduce sugarcane straws to Canada.
The newspaper article mentions that one of the entrepreneurs plans to use the sugarcane straws for bubble tea, one application where it doesn't make sense to just not use a straw.
A hotel bar/restaurant I frequent to hear music in Waikiki uses thick, sturdy (unbleached) paper straws, but I took too long to finish my drink and the straw stopped working. The drink-from-the-glass option worked fine for that.