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Are you ditching plastic straws for an environmentally-friendly option? The Doctors test out 4 types of non-plastic straws to find out which one holds up the best after sitting in water for 5 minutes.
Avocado pit straw: This option is made from a compound of the pit and The Doctors said it remained firm and looked most like a traditional straw.
Candy straw: While cute in appearance, the panel did not love this option because of the sugar and it was hard to suck from.
Pasta straw: This straw will not go limp for up to an hour, but the panel did not enjoy how it had a pasta taste while using.
Paper straw: This type can be composted and takes less time to break down in a landfill, but the panel felt it went limp too quickly.
The Doctors' favorite: the avocado pit straw!