Club Coffee Expands Compostable Innovations

New Data Shows 40% Growth for Brands with Compostable Pods as Consumers Want Less Plastic Toronto, April 25, 2019 — Club Coffee, the leader in plant-based, compostable single serve coffee pods, today announced it will introduce a new compostable pod compatible with Nespresso Original Line brewers and is moving to compostable packaging for its single […]

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Caffeine may counter age-related inflammation

A chronic inflammatory process that occurs in some, but not all, older people may trigger cardiovascular problems, a new Stanford study shows. Part of the solution might be found in a cup of coffee. Stanford University School of Medicine scientists have unearthed a connection between advancing age, systemic inflammation, cardiovascular disease and coffee consumption. Extensive […]

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Product Spotlight: TAYST joins the PurPod100 Team

Tayst Coffee

Tayst Coffee Makes a Splash Shipping Compostable Single Serve Coffee to Homes and Offices Tayst Coffee’s new subscription service is delivering quality sustainably-sourced single serve coffees to homes and offices across America. The new coffee line is the brainchild of successful entrepreneurs and longtime friends, Craig Handleman and Greg Byrnes, who saw a new opportunity […]

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Making Biodegradable & Related Environmental Claims Webinar

Melitta

Making Biodegradable & Related Environmental Claims 2 pm –3 pm ET Wednesday, August 24 SPI will be hosting a webinar for those interested in learning more about making biodegradable or related environmental claims about their products or packaging. Bioplastics are a dynamic and innovative part of the plastics industry, playing an important role in promoting sustainability. […]

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Carbon + Nitrogen = Healthy Compost

PURPOD100 Needs Nitrogen

The microorganisms that turn compostable coffee pods and other food and yard waste into compost at large scale facilities need oxygen – but they also need the right food in a balanced diet from those compostable waste materials. While compost microorganisms need various micronutrients or minerals, carbon and nitrogen are the two key food requirements […]

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