The global reusable straw market grew a CAGR of around 12% during the historical period of 2014-2019. A reusable straw is an eco-friendly variant of straw that is generally made-up of recyclable materials such as stainless steel, bamboo, glass, and titanium among many others. It is safer and more convenient to use, easily cleanable and helps in curbing the non-biodegradable waste generation levels, in comparison to its plastic counterparts. Owing to this, reusable straws are widely utilized across restaurants, hotels, cafes, schools, hospitals and hospitality-related sectors.
Growing environmental concerns, coupled with rising consumer awareness towards the ecological benefits of reusable straw have augmented its demand globally. Based on the implementation of stringent government regulations against the consumption of single-use plastic. Several straw manufacturers are introducing reusable straws made up of food-grade silicon. Furthermore, the hectic and sedentary consumer lifestyles have propelled on-the-go food consumption and online food delivery services across the globe. This has also escalated the replacement of single-use reusable plastic straws with reusable straws, thereby fueling the product demand. Additionally, the growing number of government initiatives for reducing carbon footprints by curbing single-use plastic is anticipated to support the market growth momentum. Looking forward, IMARC Group expects the market to continue its double-digit growth rate during the next five years.
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The competitive landscape of the industry has also been examined with some of the key players being Eco-Products, Inc, EcoStraws Ltd, Crate and Barrel, Eco Imprints, Ever Eco, Final Straw, Greens Steel, Jungle Straws/Jungle Culture (Chalk & Skinner Ltd), Klean Kanteen, Koffie Straw, Simply Straws, Steelys Drinkware, StrawFree.org, TERRAIN, U-KONSERVE, etc.
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