Manufacturer

Leading Manufacturer in Eastern Europe

YesStraws are produced in Ukraine (Eastern Europe). We have suitable conditions for growing wheat and cane naturally. But there is always a problem of surplus after harvesting. We realized that wheat and cane stems are agricultural by-products and are usually treated as waste in our country. So we decided to change it and prevent wasting of natural resources.

YesStraws are the solution when you want to substitute harmful single-use plastic straws with a green item. Our straws come from 100% plant-based materials. The straws are made of wheat and cane stems only so they decompose naturally and do not stay at the landfills.

YesStraws are genuinely eco-friendly as we use raw material from renewable resources. We opt for the recycled package to deliver YesStraws and it can be recycled again. Moreover, we give our clients lots of cooperation options: be it a wide range of straws or logistics solutions. We are trying to give a usable substitute to plastic straws as our goal is not only to create eco-friendly straws but also to promote an eco-conscious lifestyle.

We create a unique product of superb quality. You will enjoy using chic and stylish YesStraws with all-your favourite drinks. What’s also important: we have invented a special technology to clean and sterilise the stalks to keep the manufacturing process as close to zero waste concept as possible. We are proud to make a handy eco-friendly product with the least harm to the environment.

Our cane straws are a unique product and are ecologically friendly in a way straws have never been before. We invented a technology to clean And sterilize the stalks so they are premium in quality. Although it took several iterations we created the best possible product, which is zero-waste and difficult to replicate.

Certificates

Our products are 100% plant based. Reed and wheat stalks are cleaned and sterilised with the use of our proprietary technology process compliant with the Declaration of Conformity according to regulations set up in European Parliament and the Council of the European Union Regulation (EC) No 1935/2004 and Commision regulation (EU) No 10/2011.