CupClub is a beautifully designed product to help reduce single-use packaging. They provide the confidence so that your coffee cup can be tracked down and reused, a modified ending service to help reduce the usage of single-use plastic packing by up to 47%.
If you can’t recycle it, eat it. Cupffee has an edible cup! Yes, an actual cup you can eat right after you have your coffee. As Cupffee has stated “Cupffee does not have any glazing, so it does not alter the taste of the beverage.” An edible cup that doesn’t leave an after-coffee taste? I’ll take a whole box please.
An Eco-friendly cup you can trust. Founded in 2016, Frugalpac is a paper cup that is properly recyclable and isn’t on the rocky road to landfill like most of its competitors.
TrioCup believes that it is possible to save the environment one cup at a time. This origami-style cup folds on top giving it a sleek look that is also spill-proof, unlike most traditional coffee lids. TrioCups are made up of compostable paper ensuring they are recyclable.
5. Black Mamba Coffee
Offering the top 5-7% of coffees in the world from countries like Ethiopia, Costa Rica, Brazil, Guatemala and more, Black Mamba Coffee also provides 60% compostable and 40% biodegradable bags.
The compost from the coffee bags act as an organic fertilizer to the plants in your garden. Saving you money on items like mulch. The 40% biodegradable part itself will break down naturally, providing nutrients to microorganisms. The coffee grounds can also be re-used for things like facial scrubs, body scrubs and cooking.