|Manufacturer||Unistraw International Limited|
|Country of origin||Australia|
|Variants||Sipahh Chocolate, Sipahh Strawberry, Sipahh Banana, Sipahh Caramel, Sipahh Vanilla, Sipahh Choc-Mint, Sipahh Cookies and Cream|
Sipahh Milk Flavouring Straws are a range of flavouring straws that turn plain cold milk into flavoured milk as the milk is sipped through the straw. Sipahh straws are used like a normal straw. First launched in Australia in October 2005, the Sipahh straw is now available in 44 countries across 5 continents. The straws have a range of flavours including chocolate, banana, caramel, strawberry, vanilla, cookies & cream, honeycomb and choc-mint. They are now sold as a health option at McDonald's in some countries.
Sipahh is the first commercially produced product to utilize the Unistraw Delivery System (UDS). The UDS consists of three parts: a recyclable, transparent straw; unique filters, at each end of the straw; hundreds of UniBeads inside each straw that deliver flavour to liquids sipped through the straw. Unistraw was awarded The Australian Institute of Food Science Technology's Food Industry Innovation Award in 2006.
- Confectionery giant faces straws lawsuit, Yorkshire Post.
- AIFST Food Industry Innovation Award 2006, Australasian Business Intelligence.
- The straw that's more than flavour of month, Independent Online.