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Dried coconut leaf

Straws Dry coconut Leaf

Straws made from fallen dry coconut leaves 

Coconut Palm tree
Straws from Coconut palm leaves

The coconut tree (Cocos nucifera) is the only living species of the genus Cocos and a member of the palm tree family (Arecaceae). The term “coconut” (or the archaic “cocoanut”) refer to the whole coconut palm, the seed, or the fruit, which is a drupe, not a nut, according to botanical classification. The name is derived from the old Portuguese word coco, which means “head” or “skull,” and refers to the three indentations on the coconut shell that resemble facial features. They are a cultural icon of the tropics and are common in coastal tropical regions.


Leaves of coconut tree
Straws from Dried coconut Leaf

Coconut leaves were used as a roofing material for houses in India and are also used to wrap rice, cook with, and store in the Philippines. They have been used to make toys in India, as well as brooms and lime when burned to ash.

With its antimicrobial properties we attempted to use these dried leaves for making drinking straws which is now catered by plastic straws which causes unimaginable harm to marine life being non bio-degradable

Drinking Straws from Coconut palm tree from Stasia
recycled leaf used in making drinking straw
  • 4 mm – 7.5mm wide mouthed straws made from fallen dry coconut leaves
  • 100 nos in a box
  • No two straws will look similar in shades of colour
  • Bio-degradable
  • No external Coating
  • Stays intact in liquid for hours
  • Anti microbial
  • FDA approved drinking straws
  • Available in different sizes
Various sizes of Drinking straws from coconut palm leaves

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