TIL there’s such a thing as “pasta straws”
Here’s some good ol’ fashioned bucatini The Strategist just clued us in to the existence of pasta-based beverage straws, and I’m wondering why I’ve never heard of this feat of ingenuity before. Obviously, I’m a little behind on restaurant trends since last...
Pasta Straws Are About To Be Your New Favorite Plastic Alternative
For those of us who have patronized an environmentally conscious establishment recently, it’s likely that we have given paper straws a try in an effort to implement more sustainable practices. I’ll go ahead and say it: I hate paper straws....
Restaurants From Popina to Bar Primi Use These Nifty Straws Made of Pasta
On a recent balmy night in Brooklyn, my husband and I wandered down to the Columbia Street Waterfront for a rare date while our daughter was at Grandma’s house. Without a reservation, the good people at Popina scrounged up a table in their...
These Gluten-Free Pasta Straws Will Brighten Up Your Cocktail, Sustainably (Exclusive)
In April 2019, Mayor Bill de Blasio instituted a straw ban in New York City (with a few exceptions). That same month, somewhere across the city, friends Anthony Barresi and Dave Sedacca were wondering why there was still no eco-friendly, functional, single-use straw on the market — eventually leading them to invent gluten-free pasta straws.
#notallstraws Pasta Life brings a single-use straw that our planet will love
They say there’s a pandemic on – and they’re right. And so, they also say, all the people who are sheltering in place are doing more drinking than usual – of alcoholic beverages, in particular, they say. And they’re right about...
Good Day Sacramento
Pasta Life, the world's first gluten-free, long- lasting pasta drinking straw is helping Americans to do their part in the cleanup of our polluted waterways and oceans. Tina Macuha spoke with the co-founders of Pasta Life live via ZOOM.
How One Company Turned Their Passion for Pasta Into Solving Problems Brought on by COVID-19
“Do what you love, and the money will follow.” For most, this statement is more of a fantasy than a reality. Merely doing what you love doesn’t always bring in the money you need. For two friends, Anthony Barresi and...