The Last Straw - the long and the short of it
At just AUD$0.05-$0.06(US$0.03-$0.04) a straw, don’t we get a nice buzz knowing we’re saving the environment from plastic waste, and that’s the long of it!
Photo courtesy of https://stroh.com.au/ 21cm
Wheat Stem Drinking Straw - box of 500 Regular price = AUD$29.50 (USD$17.95)
Prone to excessive breakage and costly replacement, these speed pourers may be cheap at first to buy, however things change when they’re replaced daily, weekly or monthly.
Whilst tens of millions of these things aren’t noticeable in landfills, their quality and construction make them very noticeable when creating excessive liquor over pouring and bottle neck cork leakage.
To many operators this helps explain why there’s unexplained inventory losses appearing on POS reconciliations..
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