VyroSafe

Wholesale & Bulk Biodegradable Paper Straws

A Customer-Loved, Eco-Friendly Alternative to Plastic

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Request Free Samples!

Changing to paper straws can take time, and you want to make sure you make the right choice. Request a free sample today.

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We Ship from Port Orange, FL

Located in Volusia County, FL? Select Local Drop-Off at checkout and we'll be in touch with you to schedule a time to drop off your shipment. Make sure you give us a good contact email or phone number so we can get ahold of you!

Why Choose VyroSafe Paper Straws?

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Buy Bulk and Save

Our Wholesale options let you save money when you buy more. We know switching to paper is an investment - so we want to save you money in the process. Let us know if you have any questions by contacting us below.

Wholesale Inquiries

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Build Social Awareness

Your customers will love how environmentally-conscious you are - and will want to share that with their friends and family. Give them something to talk about by providing them with our biodegradable paper straws with their beverages. Whatever your branding - we have something to match it. If you want a simple, classic paper straw, we've got it. If you want an orange and white striped paper straw, we've got that too!

Two mason jars sit on wood planking. They are filled with light green limeade, lime rounds, mint leaves, and green and white striped paper straws.

Environmentally Friendly

Paper straws help reduce our reliance on plastic, which is not biodegradable. Americans use 500 million plastic straws a day. They take up to 200 years to decompose, and they can't be recycled. That's a whole lot of plastic that gets thrown out, often into the ocean. It's estimated that 1 million seabirds and 100,000 marine animals die from ingesting plastic every year. Help do your part to reduce plastic straw use.