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Klix Eco Cup by Lavazza Professional


ABOUT THIS SERVICE...


Lavazza Professional is forging ahead with its commitment to a dramatic reduction in plastic cup use by expanding the range of KLIX drinks that are available in the KLIX Eco Cup.


Introduced in February 2020, the cups are constructed of a patented water-based dispersion barrier board, which is PEFC accredited and is sourced from sustainably managed forests.


The expansion of the KLIX Eco Cup range is a further demonstration of Lavazza Professional’s commitment to ‘helping our customers to achieve their sustainability objectives’. The breakroom is a major focus for them in this mission.


Customers can now purchase Lavazza Professional’s entire 7oz coffee range – Nescafe Gold Blend, Nescafe Original and Kenco - plus Lipton Lemon Tea in a KLIX Eco Cup. Moreover, the cup’s deployment is expanding to embrace the company’s cold drinks. A choice of flavoured water drinks, comprised of Citrus Fruits, Orange & Peach and Summer Fruits, is now available in the KLIX Eco Cup.


The company sees the KLIX Eco Cup as a pioneering breakthrough. The new cup uses pioneering technology to reduce the carbon footprint of their paper cups and in so doing, taking a significant step towards increasing cup recycling. It’s a compelling response to the urgent global requirement to reduce plastic waste.


Lavazza Professional contends that the Eco Cup is further proof that, when customers choose KLIX, ‘they are choosing the best technology available in the industry’.


Company Contact


0800 0323 444 www.lavazzapro.co.uk/


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