Huski Home Coffee Husk Travel Cup 400ml
Rice husks are a by-product of agricultural industries and can be harmful to the environment if not disposed of correctly. That's why these twin wall insulated travel cups are so great, Huski uses the leftover rice husks from farming so that farmers don't have to try to dispose of the husks in other ways.
Reduce your waste created from using disposable coffee cups with this unique and sustainable coffee cup made from Coffee Husk which is 100% natural and biodegradable.
Reduce your waste created from using disposable coffee cups with this unique and sustainable coffee cup made from Coffee Husk which is 100% natural and biodegradable. A truly sustainable travel cup. Rice husks are a potential biohazard if not repurposed or disposed of properly. This is why Huski Home recycles rice husks to create a durable, environmentally friendly, non-toxic material.
The cup is twin walled and insulated to keep hot drinks at an optimum temperate for up to 90 minutes without burning your hands. Take it with you when you travel or simply on the go.
- Non-toxic, melamine, BPA and silicone-free
- Eco-friendly and sustainable
- Leak-proof flip lid and a non-slip base
- Great for hot or iced beverages on the go
As the products are made with natural materials, to ensure their longevity we ask that you do not clean your travel cups in a dishwasher, but rather, by hand with warm soap and water and a cloth or gentle brush if required.
The travel cups are made from recycling coffee husks.
Coffee husk, also known as coffee chaff - is the green, external casing of the coffee bean. It’s removed for coffee production, creating mass quantities of natural pollution. The cups are consciously created by repurposing natural waste, waste that if not repurposed could be unnecessary landfill waste and/or pollution.
By using a reusable coffee cup you will be reducing the amount of waste produced from single-use cups.
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Coffee husks, also known as coffee chaff - is the green, external casing of the coffee bean. It’s removed for coffee production, creating mass quantities of natural pollution.
What do I do with it once i have finished with it?
The coffee cups themselves are reusable and made from recycled coffee chaff, the cups are biodegradable and sustainable, however the little anti-slip disk at the bottom of the cup is not, this must be removed and either reused or disposed of in normal household waste.
Huski Home is a UK based family-run company that puts sustainability at the top of the priority list. They are proud to utilise what is biodegradable and earth-friendly. At Huski Home they recycle rice husks to create beautiful products, which otherwise would have been wasted.