KeepCup is the first barista standard reusable cup

Starbucks, Dunkin Donuts, Tim Horton’s – whichever your favorite, one thing stays the same:  once that delicious coffee is all slurped up, the Styrofoam or paper cup ends up in the trash, contributing billions of pounds of additional waste to landfills. Studies have shown that even ‘disposable’ cups contain an inner layer coated with a non-recyclable material.

The solution? KeepCup – the first ever barista standard reusable cup and the number one choice for sustainable coffee consumption. Already making waves in Australia and the UK, KeepCup is ready to change the way US consumers drink their coffee on-the-go. BPA-free, lightweight, recyclable, and fashionable – KeepCup is available in 25,000 color combinations and, unlike other leading reusable cups on the market, is designed by a barista to fit under the heads of most espresso machines.  Available in four sizes – extra small (4oz.), small (8oz.), medium (12oz.) and large (16oz.) – KeepCup proves that convenience, eco-consciousness and style can go hand-in-hand.

The portable and unbreakable KeepCups are made of four interlocking components: the cup, the lid, the plug, and an insulating band where customers can etch their personal coffee preferences for baristas. Non-toxic, food safe, microwave- and dishwasher-safe – its splash-proof design is made with a lift-and twist plug to open a breather and drinking hole at the top. Any last benefits? Coffee and tea kept in the thermal KeepCup stays hotter longer than in a disposable cup by at least 20 minutes.

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