Club Coffee Salutes Provincial Leadership Supporting Compostable Coffee Pods

TORONTO, ON. – November 29, 2018 – Club Coffee’s PurPod100™ is recognized as an important innovation in the new Ontario Environment Plan. The Plan announced by Rod Phillips, Minister of the Environment, Conservation and Parks underlines the value of consumer-focused business innovation to dealing with issues such as climate change and reducing plastic waste –…

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Club Coffee and our PurPod100 featured in STiR

Image of Pur Pod single serve compostable placed on coffee beans

Single-serve products – cups, pods, and espresso capsules – are an important part of Club Coffee’s product line so when customers expressed a need for environmentally friendly materials, Club Coffee developed the PurPod100, a 100% compostable single-serve pod for coffee, tea, and other hot beverages. “We’re primarily a private label and co-manufacturing company. That’s what…

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Award Winning Single Serve Compostable Pods to be featured at PLMA’s Private Label Trade Show

The PurPod100 is the World’s First 100% Certified Compostable Single Serve Coffee Pod compatible with K-Cup style brewing systems. Come and visit booth F2559 (Club Coffee) to learn more about our exciting innovations and private labeling capabilities. Club Coffee excels at developing and manufacturing great products for private label and branded customers. We share a…

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Club Coffee is the recipient of the 2018 Waste Wiki Environmental Leadership Award 

It is our pleasure to receive this award from Waste Wiki! Waste Wiki is an open access project for data, research, and information pertinent to Canada’s waste management sector led by  Dr. Calvin Lakhan at York University To learn more please visit: https://wastewiki.info.yorku.ca/ To read the Technical White Paper exploring end of life management of compostable…

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Certified 100% Compostable Coffee Pods – The Circular Economy in Every Cup

The “circular economy” concept seems new but is easy to understand. Traditionally, people had a linear focus. First, we extracted resources from the environment. Next, we used energy and turned those resources into products, packaging and other things. Finally, we got rid of it all, usually as waste. As Canada’s new Circular Economy Leadership Coalition…

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John Pigott, CEO of Club Coffee, will be speaking TODAY at the International Symposium on Bioplastics, Biocomposites and Biorefining

Topic: Circular Economy Towards Mitigating Climate Change Discussion around the role of circular economy in bringing new innovations and reductions in greenhouse gas emissions. This will include discussion of food security and food waste management, and converting waste plastic into new products. In addition, there will be a focus on sustainable and bio-based food packaging….

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