September 20, 2007

Tully's - Compostable and Fair Trade All Around

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Next time you are in a Tully’s café, you can now relax and be thankful that your paper coffee cup is now fully compostable. The coffee chain is the first to rollout a new paper cup that unlike its peers is lined not with a regular plastic liner, but a plastic made from corn. With this, cups, napkins and food scraps will be commercially composted at its Washington state locations. Also in the “Good for the World” department, Tully’s is announcing that it is going to start using espresso that is only made from Fair Trade and organic coffees.

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Posted by Scott Martin at September 20, 2007 6:34 AM
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