Bunzl slashes plastic content with new recyclable paper cup

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Bunzl's new reCUP | Credit: Bunzl
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Bunzl's new reCUP | Credit: Bunzl

New reCUP made with replacement for plastic lining called 'EarthCoating', which uses 48 per cent less plastic

Catering supplies giant Bunzl has launched a fully recyclable paper cup, which it claims is made with 48 per cent less plastic than its competitors, in the latest sign the takeaway coffee market is preparing...

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