- Selected by hand, cut and packed with love in South Australia.
- Grown on South Australian certified organic farmland.
- Inner stalk of the rye plant and the by-product of the grain production.
- Naturally gluten free*, super strong, tasteless and waterproof.
- 100% compostable and biodegradable at home in your garden and compost or in commercial composting facilities.
- Each purchase supports South Australian organic farmers and encourages more local sustainable alternatives to single-use plastic.
*Rye stalks are naturally gluten free, and our straws have been tested gluten-free. Gluten is present only in the rye grain. Our cleaning and sterilisation processes are carefully controlled, although cross contamination cannot be guaranteed.
Box of 30 rye straws at home
Availability: 329 in stock
Flat shipping fee of $9.15 for up to 5 boxes!
Discover the story of your straws and the people who grow them!
- Our regular straws are 18cm
- Diameter can vary between 3.5 and 5mm
Flat shipping fee of $8.95 for up to 5 boxes!
Mister RYE straws are intended to be used as a drinking straw and are not intended to be eaten or digested. You will notice straws quantity have changed as well as retail price to cover our production costs. Following our customers’ feedback we also upgraded our packaging into a quality tube boxes that are reusable, recyclable, and also compostable so you can easily transport your straws. We have also updated the quantity of straws per tube in order to match better with your home needs.
These straws are brilliant. I used them to give a talk on sustainability and most of the audience used one during the dinner and took one home. I have had excellent feed back from them. Thank you Mr. Rye for creating these straws.
Our family loves these straws! Cocktail size is a fantastic length for kids drinks, and my kids are proud to show them to their friends, making a great topic for discussions. And I love the fact that we can support our own Aussie Farmers!
Sorry, my review is waiting for grandchildren to visit and advise. Though I did take them to a cricket game and one of the adults tried one and was suitable impressed. Most folk drink straight from the can these days, yuk. Never mind I
will let you know what when they think when they give them a try in the Easter break. The adults handed round the container and read the information. Will let you know what the verdict is after the holidays. Regards Joy
These straws live up to their advertising - obviously organic and without taste. The main problem is diameter - the thicker fluids don't flow easily if at all, and for an older person that sometimes needs them, they are of no use.
Can larger bore straws be grown?
They look a treat - haven’t used yet, but expect they will do the job - and then go into the compost!