Biome Drawstring Straw Pouch

A deep drawstring pouch for carrying straws and more, made form GOTS certified organic cotton and printed with the Biome logo. Perfect for carring your selection of reusable straws or cutlery

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you are making a difference:

  • Consuming less over time: Reusing an item and taking care of it instead of buying many means value for money and resources.
  • A zero waste item: Compostable, as it's 100% cotton.
  • Certified organic cotton, so no chemicals and pesticides get released into the environment. 


  • Lightweight, organic cotton
  • Drawstring closure
  • Branded with Biome's logo
  • Sturdy and will last a long time with care
  • The prefect size for carrying your reusable straws
  • Can also be used for your reusable cutlery!
  • Natural cotton colour


100% Organic Cotton bag.

24.5 x 7.5cm. 1 pouch.

Made in India where the organic cotton is grown.

Care instructions: cold machine wash.

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By on 05 May 2019 (Biome Drawstring Straw Pouch) :

Straw bag

I probably didn't need this but I purchased it anyway. Feels like a good sturdy pouch, though I basically use it to keep straws dust free in the kitchen cabinet, I thought it was too nice I decided to reuse another little bag for transporting cutlery and straw for work and save this one for the off chance I need cutlery on my days off.

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By on 26 Apr. 2019 (Biome Drawstring Straw Pouch) :

thick fabric!

The fabric makes me feel it's gonna last a long time. My straws fit and sometimes I also put my fork in there

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By on 16 Apr. 2019 (Biome Drawstring Straw Pouch) :

great product

Great that it's certified organic cotton. Wish it was a bit slimmer to take up less room in my bag, as I only use it for 1-2 stainless steel straws, but it's not a big deal really.

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