[pro_ad_display_adzone id="15"]

Sipahh Flavored Straw Turns Compostable

By on June 28, 2019
SipahhRebeccaRiegger Lake 036 300x336 - Sipahh Flavored Straw Turns Compostable

Award Winning Unistraw launches compostable straw.

Unistraw, the maker of the Sipahh brand of straws to create healthier flavoured milk, is pleased to announce that it is launching – with immediate effect – its new line of compostable straws.

Recognizing and responding to growing consumer concern over the environmental impact of single-use plastic straws, Sipahh quickly transitioned to the more sustainable alternative. 

Sipahh straws will now be produced using PLA (polylactic acid), a thermoplastic  derived from plant starch, such as corn or sugar cane rather than petrochemicals from fossil fuels. Eco-friendly PLA compostable straws are manufactured using less energy and safely break down, leaving no toxic residue.

Suchet Rastogi, CEO of Sipahh’s parent Unistraw said: “We are in the business of health. Today, health is not just about products but about lifestyle. And the environment is a core part of any lifestyle.”

Sipahh straws are available in a number of mouth-watering varieties, including Cocoa-Bean Chocolate, Luscious Strawberry, Banana Smoothie, Hello Marshmallow! and Velvet Vanilla. 

Girl Image 2 1024x952 - Sipahh Flavored Straw Turns Compostable

About Sipahh

A Sipahh straw contains just 2 grams (less than half a teaspoon) of sugar, as compared to the 15 grams found in the average ready-to-drink flavored milk — or the staggering 46 grams of sugar in most sodas / soft drinks. 

The World Health Organization recommends that children aged 2 to 10 should consume no more than 13 grams of added sugar each day, making Sipahh the ideal choice for parents who are conscious of their children’s health — but still want to serve a tasty flavored drink treat. 

Sipahh is sold in more than 40 countries globally.