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Straws Made Of Wild Grass Are Vietnam's Newest Zero-Waste Option
by Andrea D. Steffen
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28 May 2019
On 28 May 2019 Intelligent Living reported:
Tran Minh Tien owns a company that makes two kinds of straws out of sedge grass. He arrived at the innovative idea of using a species of grass called Lepironia Articulata, locally known as co bang, which grows around the Mekong Delta region in southwestern Viet Nam, through his desire to do something to help in the battle against plastic.
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