Add Some Eco to Your Coffee

The pillars of Wanderland Collective advocate collaborating with South African artists, designers and creators; using the incredible talent and skill we have right here. That’s why it only makes sense that, while we cultivate and nurture our people, we do the same for our land.

As we all know, the awareness around recycling and being kind to our planet is ever-growing; whether it’s saying no to a plastic straw, taking your own shopping bags to do your groceries, or using your own reusable coffee cup.

Wanderland Collective, as well our artists, believe in actively taking part in a consideration and focus for our social and environmental impact, and our collaboration with Ecoffee Cup is exactly how we are doing this. Did you know that coffee cups and their lids are in the top 10 of the worst and most used single use plastics? Let’s combat that with Ecoffee Cup!

Here’s a little more information on the product itself:

Ecoffee Cup is a new generation of reusable takeaway cup. Created with the world’s fastest growing, most sustainable crop – bamboo fibre, Ecoffee Cup is BPA and phthalate free.

And because bamboo fibre is naturally sterile, Ecoffee Cup is lovely to drink from and won’t flavour-taint your drinks. The lid and sleeve are made with matte food-grade silicone which is designed especially for hot liquids.

The re-sealable no-drip lid makes it perfect to take with you everywhere you go. The whole product (cup, lid and sleeve) is dishwasher safe and should last for years if you treat it nicely; of course it can break if you treat it roughly and it is not suitable for microwave use.

With four designs to choose from, and a light-weight product, saving the planet has never felt, tasted and looked so good.

Proudly presenting Wanderland x Ecoffee Cup.

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