PLA is an acronym that stands for polylactic acid and is a resin typically made from corn starch or other plant-based starches. PLA is used to make clear compostable containers and PLA lining is used in paper or fiber cups and containers as an impermeable liner. PLA is biodegradable and fully compostable.
Protecting the environment is no longer a trend – it’s a necessity. With recyclable, compostable and biodegradable packaging materials, you can reduce your environmental impact while continuing to serve great coffee.
Discover biodegradable paper coffee cups from Tuobo Packaging. Our quality eco-friendly products are perfect for coffee delivery, takeaway, and catering. Designed to be commercially compostable, sustainable where possible and include materials like PLA and kraft paper, our coffee cups are available with bulk discounts so the more you buy, the more you save. At Tuobo Paper Packaging, we offer both single and double-wall paper cups that can be customized with your branding. You can also order kraft paper coffee cup sleeves for added strength and protection. Whether you are organizing an outdoor festival that serves innovative cocktails, or you own a cafe with wholesome seasonal drinks, our custom paper cups are perfect for any occasion.
Print: Full-Colors CMYK
Custom Design: Available
Size: 4oz -24oz
MOQ: 10,000 Pcs
Type: Single-wall; Double-wall; Cup sleeve / Cap / Straw Sold Separated
Lead Time: 7-10 Business Days
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Q: Is PLA a plastic?
A: Unlike most widely used plastics, polylactic acid “plastic” is not plastic at all, and is instead a plastic alternative made from renewable resources that can include anything from corn starch to sugarcane.
Q: Are paper cups eco-friendly?
A: Paper cups are a sustainable choice because they can be recycled. They are also a sustainable choice because they are made from a renewable resource, whose cultivation benefits the environment.
Q: Are paper cups better for the environment than plastic?
A: Paper cups can biodegrade. This lowers their environmental impact, as they breakdown over time, while plastic cups sit in landfills for years.
Q: Can you provide samples?
A: Yes, of course. You're welcome to talk to our team for more information.