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The Manchester Bee

The Manchester Bee Paper Straw

Stephensons have partnered with the GMCA to produce a sustainable paper straw with the aim to help eradicate single-use plastics in Greater Manchester by narrowing the price gap between plastics and paper.

 




The Manchester Bee

Tell Plastic to Buzz Off!


The straw is fittingly emblazoned with the Manchester Bee, an iconic symbol of the city's unity and admirable work ethic.

A donation from the sale of each box of straws will also be made to the We Love Manchester Charity.




 

  • The Manchester Bee Paper Straw
  • The Manchester Bee Paper Straw
  • The Manchester Bee Paper Straw



The Iconic Manchester Bee

Now Available as a Sip Straw!


Since its launch, The Manchester Bee Paper Straw has flown into drinks everywhere from the Etihad to the Manchester Christmas Markets.

Now, a new straw joins the hive - The Manchester Bee Paper Sip Straw! At a neat 5.5" (14cm) with a small bore, this straw is the perfect size
for cocktails, mixed drinks and pretty much anything served in a Rocks glass.

Much like its bigger brother, a donation from the sale of each box of sip straws will also be made to the We Love Manchester Charity.


The Manchester Bee Paper Sip Straw is exclusively available from Stephensons Catering Suppliers





The Manchester Bee Paper Sip Straw is exclusively available from Stephensons Catering Suppliers




 

The Manchester Bee

Make Your Pledge


The Manchester Bee Paper Straw has been buzzing around and flying into drinks since November 2018 whilst encouraging
operators to sign up to the Plastic Free GM Pledge
Any business can sign up to the pledge by clicking below.

For orders and queries, please contact sales@stephensons.com and we'll do our best to assist you.
If you'd like to purchase the Manchester Bee Paper Straw, please click the button below.
 

Buy the Manchester Bee Paper Straw Here!




 

  • Make your Pledge and help Greater Manchester eradicate single use plastics