Club Coffee Welcomes Ontario’s Commitment to Support Compostable Product Innovation

Compostable

New Ontario Working Group Expected to Recommend How to Accept Compostable Coffee Pods and Other Innovations in Ontario Green Bins Toronto, June 20, 2019 — Club Coffee, the leader in plant-based, compostable single serve coffee pods, saluted the Ontario government decision to move rapidly so compostable coffee pods will be accepted in all Ontario green […]

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Tackling the Single-Use Plastics Crisis One Compostable Coffee Pod at a Time

Published in: National Post Circular Economy Special Insert —————————————————————————– Single-use plastics are now seen as a global crisis. Less than 10 percent of them are recycled. The rest are sent to landfills, dumped into lakes and oceans, burned for energy with its own environmental implications, or shipped to countries like the Philippines that are now pushing […]

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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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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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