Double Walled Biodegradable Coffee Cups for Takeaway
These biodegradable coffee cups are finished with premium quality kraft paper, which not only performs well, but also looks stylish and timeless.
The neutral colour of these cups is perfect for your business as it won’t clash with bright colours and blends into any branding seamlessly.
These cups come in 3 sizes, small (8oz), medium (12oz) or large (16oz). At Adams+Russell we know the importance of catering to different businesses, which is why we decided to offer this range of options.
The natural eco-cups are perfect for hot drinks such as tea, coffee, hot chocolate or even mulled wine. They are also highly practical for cold drinks, such as milkshakes, smoothies, juices, cordial, fizzy drinks etc.
Double Walled for extra insulation
If you’re looking to provide your customers with a longer-lasting freshness for their coffee, tea or any other beverage, then the double-walled feature will allow just that.
It keeps the warmth in the drink for longer. This also means the cup won’t burn the hand when held immediately after pouring a hot drink into the cup.
Here are the answers to a few common questions we get about biodegradable cups…
Are biodegradable cups recyclable and/or compostable?
As the name states, biodegradable coffee cups will degrade under the right conditions, however they are not suitable for home composting and shouldn’t be recycled.
Biodegradable cups must be degraded in a controlled environment. Meaning it can’t be done in the garden or at landfill. They also take much longer to degrade than compostable materials such as weeds or grass.
These cups should also not be put in the recycling. That’s because they would become a contaminant if done so.
Therefore, it’s very important to know whether you are using biodegradable, compostable or recyclable products. And even taking the time to pass that message onto your customers.
Why are biodegradable cups good for the environment?
When comparing to conventional plastics to biodegradable materials, the conventional plastic takes hundreds of years to break down and in the worst case – may never break down.
It’s said that non degradable materials are having a highly negative impact on our environment. Consumers have also become much more aware of the impact and are increasingly opting to purchase goods that are much more beneficial to the environment.
You can read more about the difference between biodegradable and conventional materials here