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Costa Coffee saves over two million bags of food from going to waste with Too Good To Go

LONDON, UK – Costa Coffee and the world’s largest surplus food app, Too Good To Go, are thrilled to announce a significant milestone in...

English town of Shrewsbury leads the way against tide of coffee cup waste

SHREWSBURY, UK – The first town-wide deposit return scheme for coffee cups in the UK has been launched in Shrewsbury (Shropshire). From April, customers...

Perth cafés compost coffee cups and divert 33 5kg of waste from landfill

With consumers becoming increasingly more conscious of environmental issues, adopting sustainable business practices can help you stand out from the competition and be recognised....

Coffee Flour announces it has earned its B Corporation Certification

Coffee Flour — a sustainable global impact food — announced that it has earned its B Corp Certification. Certified B Corporations are leaders of...

More grist to the mill for coffee waste: HuskeeCups are beautiful and durable

Coffee is one of the most widely consumed beverages in the world, and the industry has been really inventive when it comes to its...

Costa announces commitment to recycle half a billion takeaway cups a year

LONDON, UK — Costa Coffee has announced it will become the first ever coffee chain in the UK to commit to recycling the same...

Seoul launches trial recycling program for coffee grounds fertilizer

SEOUL, South Korea — The Seoul Metropolitan Government has launched a recycling program to encourage the use of spent coffee grounds as fertilizer. The new program...

Panda converts used coffee cups into a low carbon cement fuel

The Panda Group, an award-winning, 100% Irish owned family business with 280,000 customers and over 30 years of experience within the utility industry in...

Cork City becomes first Irish council to stop using disposable cups

CORK, Ireland – Cork City Council has become the first local authority in Ireland to stop supplying single use disposable tea and coffee cups...

Coffee grounds poised to power future for sustainable transport, fashion

Your morning cup of java could be good for more than just a caffeine buzz — Shell and Vancouver-based sustainable clothing company LEZÉ the...

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