Worcester-based BioPak has launched a new series of sustainable Christmas-themed drinks cups with 10% of the money raised from sales going to Shelter UK.
The BioCup Christmas Series is sustainably sourced from managed plantations with a bioplastic lining made from plants, not oil.
Three different Christmas designs are included in every box purchased and there are two cup sizes to choose from – 8oz and 12oz.
Shelter UK will receive 10% of the money raised from sales of BioPak’s Christmas cups, helping the charity support the millions of people that struggle every year with bad housing or homelessness. Shelter also lobbies the government and local authorities for new laws and policies, and more investment, to improve the lives of homeless and badly housed people.
Leanne Osborne, managing director UK for BioPak, said: “We’re always looking for ways to positively impact the world that we live in and we’re hopeful that the new Christmas cups we’ve launched will help raise money for the very worthy cause that is Shelter UK.”
BioPak is a market leader in compostable food packaging that is made from plants and designed for the circular economy. The packaging specialist also donates 5% of its profits to positive change every year.
To view BioPak’s new Christmas Series BioCups and for more information on its products, visit www.biopak.co.uk
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