Sustainable cups made from coffee bean husks
There’s been much discussion lately around the amount of waste generated by so-called disposable coffee cups. But now there’s a clever, sustainable solution from Australia – a cup that’s actually made from coffee.
The Huskee Cup is made using coffee bean husks – a by-product of the production process that normally goes to waste. The cups are chip and crack resistant, and designed to last over years of use. Ridges on the outside help them to dry quicker after washing and make them easy to stack. They’re available in three sizes but the saucer is the same for each, which means the cups make sense from a cost point of view too.
So pretty soon, you’ll be able to enjoy your flat white with an extra shot of sustainable thinking.