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Make a stir with customised edible straws



Twelve months after launching the edible straw, disposable manufacturer Herald has introduced printed versions for outlets wanting to stand out from the crowd.

  
Currently available in lemon, lime, strawberry, cinnamon, ginger, apple and chocolate flavours, the straws can be printed on down one side, allowing chippies to promote their brand and business.
 
With no recycling issue as the product is disposed of in a tasty and enjoyable way, these straws are described as being a responsible, as well as an enticing and fun alternative to other straws on the market. Available in packs of 200, the straws measure 19cm long with a 6cm diameter. 
Herald 0208 507 7900 www.heraldplastic.com

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