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Bravo’s SummerHouse Resident Lounges with Pasta Life Pasta Straws

Bravo TV’s SummerHouse resident, Hannah Berner is enjoying laying poolside while sipping cocktails through the first eco-friendly, gluten-free pasta drinking straw. Pasta Life has combined their passion for pasta and the environment to create the world’s first gluten-free pasta drinking straw that lasts 40+ minutes in a cold drink – eliminating the mess and helping eliminate plastic waste.

Hannah, a fan of the Pasta Life’s growing popularity in the bar and restaurant scene and now directly available to consumers, says “Pasta Life is my favorite alternative to paper straws. They are so fun to sip from and I love knowing that while I’m sipping on rose, I’m helping eliminate waste in our oceans in a stylish way!”

Pasta Life straws are:

  • Durable and long-lasting – last 40+ minutes in cold drinks
  • 100% biodegradable in less than 90 days
  • Certified Gluten free and Vegan – they are made from 100% plant-based ingredients
  • Available in eight vibrant colors and three sizes to fit any need
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