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Ethical Consumerism and it's True Potential
As a consumer amidst the current trend of flooded markets and such competition, it has become a normality to purchase purely on convenience and price point without an in depth knowledge of the impact purchasing habits can actually have.
Our world is seemingly run by big multinational corporations, when it is actually the individuals that should feel empowered. Consumerism is what tends to drive decision making in the corporate world and with socially and environmentally conscious purchasing trends the power shift is with society to make a real difference in the world.
Buy using an eco cup instead of a non-reusable cup you can help reduce the amount of plastic that goes to landfill.
Reusable cups such as Keep Cup and Uppercup are great for drinks on the go.
The Uppercup design allows for a perfectly poured coffee.
Uppercup was designed by baristas for people who love coffee.The conical bottom means you can have a perfectly poured coffee every time. The double wall also makes it perfect for tea drinkers, as you won't need a protective sleeve to protect your hand.
The terms Australian Made is often brought up and attached to products. But what does it mean and why should you care?
We are all trying to be more eco-friendly in our everyday life, but breaking old habits can sometimes be hard. Since Keep Cup brought to market the first barista friendly reusable coffee cup, we have seen the development of the industry to make the shift as effortless as possible. Uppercup is an Australian made alternative to Keep Cup that with a stylish and designer edge can make ditching the paper cups a whole lot easier.
When looking at the sustainability associated with drinking coffee, with particular thanks to the war on waste, disposable plastic coffee cups have been at the forefront of all conscious consumers minds.
It has become widespread knowledge now that majority of the disposable coffee cups we consume on a daily basis at such large numbers, in fact, are not recyclable due to their plastic lining and are merely ending in landfill.
Putting your brand on a reusable product can be a powerful marketing tool as well as a great way of promoting your company in a positive manor. With a product such as a reusable coffee cup, which has become an essential to many coffee drinkers, it has become a popular avenue to increasing your brand awareness to a much broader audience by co-branding.
When you order your next takeaway coffee, take a look around at the number of disposable cups that are flying out the door as society feeds their caffeine addiction.
Reusable coffee and tea cups are the solution to this growing waste problem that cities all over the world are struggling to keep up with.
By taking the plunge and remembering to bring your own tea or coffee cup to your café you are contributing to this growing movement of sustainable coffee consumption.
Since the initial launch of the acclaimed ABC program the War on Waste in May, 2017, a national movement of sorts has begun to influence the way we all act as consumers and global citizens.
Being dubbed as the War on Waste movement and with the release of a new season, Australians are now being persuaded to follow these key lifestyle principles:
We think carefully about the reusable products we chose to include in our range, and that includes Uppercup! So, we thought we would tell you a little more about the benefits of Uppercup and why we chose to add it to our labels.