Avoid spills with these new lids to fit flexi tumblers

In stock today are our new recyclable lids to fit our range of flexi tumblers.

These flat lids – suitable for 10oz, 12oz, 20oz and 22oz PP cups – are perfect for bars and pubs seeking to offer takeaway drinks. The lids fit tightly on cups reducing the chances of spills and unnecessary time wasted on cleaning.

Key features: Lightweight, tight-fitting to reduce spills and recyclable.

Ideal for: Takeaway drinks for pubs, bars and venues. Suitable for all drinks caterers.

Cups to fit

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Plastic-free straw cup lids in stock now

Plastic Free Paper Straws Slot Lids For Cups

This year, we’ve seen increasing searches for plastic-free products.

So we are delighted to add plastic-free straw cup lids to our range, another plastic-free product to accompany our paper cold drink cups.

These lids feature a straw slot design and offer a plastic-free alternative to conventional straw slot lids.

They also fit our range of Cool & Fresh Cold Drink Cups. We think they’re a match made in heaven; with the cups featuring a double PLA-coated vibrant design, ideal for cold drink caterers, events and celebrations.

Key features: Compostable and plastic-free.

Reasons to order with us:

  • Next day delivery available on orders made before 1pm
  • Free delivery on orders over £100
  • A friendly sales team happy to help

Chat with us

You can also chat to one of our representatives 9am-5pm on our website Mon-Fri. We’re always happy to help 😊

A short time ago in a Starbucks not far away……

Wired magazine photographer Dan Winters made this impressive TIE Fighter from 1 tall lid, 10 coffee boxes, 12 small paper cups, 37 large paper cups, 63 paper drink carriers and 216 wooden stirrers!

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starbucks-disposables-tie-fighter

It seems given my recent blog ‘artistic use for catering disposables’ that more and more people are choosing catering disposable products a medium to create art. Maybe we should be advertising in art supplies shops?

Wired magazine has started a competition and created a how-to Wiki page where you can submit your entries should you feel compelled to enter

May the forks be with you (*Ahem*)