Glass Travel Straw
Glass Travel Straw
Soma’s functional designs use responsible materials to shrink waste and chemicals, and grow their products’ lifespans.
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Why we love it
A million seabirds and 100,000 sea creatures are killed by plastic every year. A big part of that plastic? Drinking straws. But there is an alternative that doesn't mean swapping straws for sippy cups for forever. You can enjoy your iced coffee, smoothies, and everything else with a planet-friendly, glass straw. The perfect size for sipping and cleaning, it makes it easy and stylish to help the earth.
How it does good
Long-lasting products for a long-lasting earth
From single-use bags to scrubbers that are sold as reusable but can’t stand up to dirt, non-recyclable products with short lifespans are made to end up in landfills. Meanwhile, ingredients like triclosan, common in soaps and sponges, are registered with the EPA as literal pesticides. Clearly, cleaning products aren’t all that clean. That’s where Soma comes in. Their products say goodbye to coatings, dyes, plastics, and chemicals, and hello to durable designs that actually last. By choosing plant-based and alternative materials, they keep chemicals out and limit their carbon footprint.
low carbon footprintSoma is committed to using renewable materials that can be made without a lot of energy. By sourcing from the same locations where they base their factories, they cut down on transport. They help customers curb their carbon footprints with long-lasting products that are replacable, compostable, and recyclable.
responsible sourcingAs a B-Corp, Soma meets the highest standards of transparency. They select producers and manufacturers that follow sustainable, economical, and eco-friendly practices, and they make an effort to oversee each part of their products' lifecycles, from loofah farms to distribution.
supporting key causesOn top of everything they’re doing in their own company, they have an eye on charity as well, donating to community-owned clean water initiatives in developing nations.