While working for a Fairtrade organisation in Cambodia, Tessa’s eyes were opened to many issues, both social and environmental. She thought that if everyone would stop using plastic straws it could really make a difference to the global plastic problem, which is why she started Suck On That. Their straws are made from bamboo, sustainably grown in a rural Cambodian village, south of Phnom Penh. They are passionate about creating economic opportunities for disadvantaged communities. We operate in remote areas to provide jobs, improve quality of life and support Cambodian villagers through fair employment and ensuring a safe working environment.