We sure do! We offer free shipping on all orders of $40 or more.
In addition, we make it easy for businesses to save when they order in volume:
Buy at least 50 straws and receive a 10% discount.
Buy at least 100 straws and receive a 20% discount.
Buy at least 250 straws and receive a 30% discount.
If you are interested in resale or buying 500 or more straws, please fill our our Bulk & Wholesale Form.
City and state governments across the United States and around the world are banning the use of plastic straws. In the U.S. alone, up to 500 million straws are used daily, and many of them end up polluting our waterways and harming marine life.
For business owners, switching now is an important step in corporate responsibility. Even if there isn’t a ban in your area, switching now shows your customers, staff, and community that you’re a leader who takes the single-use waste problem and plastic bans seriously.
Are plastic straws the biggest source of waste? No, but switching to a reusable straw option is a way to start the conversation about personal consumption, corporate responsibility, and sustainable alternatives.
Eco-friendly – Reduce the use of disposable straws (and increase awareness of straw consumption) by switching to reusable glass straws at home and in your business.
Hygienic – Glass is clear, so it’s easy to see that it’s sparkling clean inside and out. (No lurking residue!)
Flavor-free – Unlike paper, bamboo, corn, hay, pasta, or metal straws, a glass straw will never adversely affect the flavor or integrity of the liquid passing through it.
Affordable – With an average minimum use per straw of 40 times, they’re easy on the budget.
Dentist-recommended – Glass is a natural insulator, so it reduces the discomfort of tooth sensitivity as well as preventing teeth stains.
Unique – Most people have never used a glass straw, so offering one to them is sure to be a memorable experience that they’ll share with others.
Newsworthy – Using, selling, or giving away glass straws is new and newsworthy. Leverage that to get more attention for your business in local or trade publications, on social media, and in marketing campaigns. (Or, just share your straws with friends and family. It’s a simple way to be generous and help reduce waste.)
Whether you’re considering switching to glass straws in your business or just want a few glass straws to share with loved ones, we invite you to consider the benefits of choosing a plastic-free option that enhances rather than diminishes your sipping experience.
Our glass straws are dishwasher-safe! Simply place your used straws in the silverware caddy, and wash them along with your dishes and glassware. We recommend that you store them upright in a glass jar for quick drying.
Prefer to wash your glass straws by hand? No problem. Though we include cleaning brushes, in the vast majority of cases, a quick soak, wipe, and rinse is all it takes to clean the straws.
Our borosilicate glass straws are made with much stronger glass than typical drinking glasses. Of course, any glass can be broken or chipped if dropped from a height or onto a hard surface, but in our months-long tests, we saw very little breakage. Simply handle your glass straws the same way you would handle your other glassware.
Worried that glass straws might cut your mouth? Read this.
Wondering why we don’t promise that our glass straws are unbreakable? Read this.
Because we offer glass straws in bulk, we focus on providing the diameters and lengths that work best in most settings.
We tested a range of glass straw sizes in busy commercial settings for months. We learned that going with a narrower diameter straw resulted in challenges with cleaning and higher rates of breakage.
All of our straws come in the same diameter (9 millimeter) to ensure that they are easy to clean and highly resistant to breakage with heavy use. Our glass straws work well for most liquids, including smoothies, but they are not suitable for boba (bubble tea) drinks.
After trying various lengths, it became clear that the 6-inch and 9-inch straws are the ideal sizes for both standard cocktails and tall, fully-garnished drinks. When we tried shorter straws (5-inch and 8-inch), customers told us that they were more difficult to use with garnished beverages, and were too short for those who enjoy stirring their drinks.
Looking for glass straws in custom lengths? Contact us! We can refer you to good glass straw vendors in your area. Send an email to us at firstname.lastname@example.org
We have shipped over 50,000 glass straws, and only twice have we had an instance of a broken straw. As far as we can tell, this happens when a package is dropped onto the corner of the box during shipping. In that case, the tip of the corner straws may be chipped.
If any of your straws arrive damaged, please take a photo immediately. Send it to us at email@example.com along with a description of any damaged contents, and we will work with you and the shipper to replace any broken items.
While we don’t offer customization ourselves, we can certainly steer you in the right direction! Send an email to us at firstname.lastname@example.org and we’ll be happy to recommend our professional partners in your area.
The price per straw varies, depending on the number of straws needed, but in general, the cost of customizing a straw with your name, logo, or design is around $2-3 each in addition to the cost of the straws. Our partners use sandblasting as this technique results in the clearest design and will never wear off.
We searched for a superior glass manufacturer that meets the highest standards for sustainable practices, employee safety and health, fair wages, and of course, the quality of the glass itself.
We’re using the very same companies that make glassware for IKEA. IKEA has a famously rigorous selection process for suppliers, and we feel confident that we are working with the very best. These Asian and European manufacturers have outstanding products and service, and can produce the volume of straws needed to help businesses and the events industry switch to glass straws. Because we order many thousands of straws at a time, our prices are very competitive.
As a retail business owner, you know there is always the risk of theft. Initially, glass straws may attract the attention of those who might consider taking one. However, our experience has shown that as the novelty wears off, loss becomes less of a risk.
There are some creative ways to prevent and reduce loss. One busy restaurant is offering the straws to their customers at cost: before tallying the bill, they simply ask the guests if they would like to purchase the straws in their drinks. Some businesses choose to consider their straws as a marketing cost, and give their straws away with their premium cocktails, as gifts for event attendees, or as promotional items in other ways.
But by far the most common way to deal with theft is to simply expect that some will happen. In our tests, we found that having servers point out that the business is choosing to go with a reusable option that customers love keeps more straws in glasses.
Restaurant and bar owners tell us that offering beautiful, reusable glass straws to their customers brings benefits that are well worth the risk of occasional loss. Their re-orders are proof that they’re having success switching to glass!