Aluminium coffee pods, according to Sainsbury’s, are “widely believed” to
My daughter shamed me into using recyclable coffee pods. For
From ubc.ca Dr. Zac Hudson believes your morning cup of
From packagingeurope.com The companies say that Podback, a not-for-profit organisation,
It’s not easy to brew coffee fast, with care, and from scratch. The new Instant Pod coffee maker is built to do at least one of these things. It accepts coffee pods, which at least make coffee quick. Designed by the company that brought us the Instant Pot, Instant Brands, the Instant Pod also promises maximum convenience.
A news release from the University of Tennessee-Knoxville tells readers that a Scientific Reports article has recently been published that assessed the life cycle of disposable coffee pods; and, shows why the coffee pod you choose for your single-cup coffee machine matters.
Nespresso has launched what it claims are the first coffee capsules made using 80% recycled aluminium, as the company continues its journey towards a circular business model.
Shopping priorities have been scrambled by COVID-19 containment measures in recent weeks, but themes are starting to emerge as everyone adjusts to more time spent at home. On Wednesday, specialty retailer Bed Bath & Beyond (NASDAQ:BBBY) revealed that digital sales have nearly doubled since it temporarily closed most of its stores on April 2.
Rockford-based Fire Dept. Coffee on Wednesday delivered a truckload of dark roast coffee pods to the nurses at SwedishAmerican Hospital. The donation totaled 7,200 coffee pods. Fire Dept. Coffee is owned, operated and run by working firefighters.
Caffeine may well be the cornerstone of modern society, but increasingly its consumption is costing the earth due to the many time-saving yet single-use items associated with it. If you’ve already switched over a few items, see My Zero Waste morning routine for some more ideas, and you’re getting discounts using a reusable cup – check out my blog on How saving the planet can save money on your coffee – what more can you do?