The supermarket chain announced on Monday that it’s eliminating plastic straws from all stores in the US, Canada and the UK beginning in July.

Instead, shoppers at the bougie market’s juice bars and cafes will have to suck on flimsy, eco-friendly paper straws.

Plastic straws will still be available for customers with disabilities, Whole Foods Market said.

The Amazon-owned chain has also reduced the size of its produce bags — which now contain 70% less plastic, reps said.