Cold Cups

A sustainable alternative to conventional, clear plastic cups. BioCups are made from plants, not oil. They are made from a plant-derived bioplastic. The only clear cups certified commercially compostable to Australian AS4736 standards.
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50ml Sauce BioCup Lid
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30ml Sauce BioCup Lid
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50ml Sauce BioCup
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8oz Cup Sleeves
60ml PLA Sauce BioCup
90ml PLA Sauce BioCup
140ml Sauce BioCup
150ml Clear BioCup
200ml Clear BioCup
250ml Clear BioCup
280ml Clear BioCup
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Cold Cups

On a hot day, there’s nothing better than a cool refreshing drink on the go! Disposable cups are the most practical, convenient and hygienic option for serving takeaway cold drinks.

Conventional single-use cold cups like plastic drinking cups, plastic-lined paper milkshake cups, disposable smoothie cups, plastic dessert cup, and plastic water cups are made from fossil fuels. After a short useful life of approximately 20 minutes, conventional disposable cups usually end up in landfill where it takes decades to breakdown while releasing greenhouse gases in the process.

We offer a range of eco-friendly cold cups suitable for a range of cold beverages – and can even be used to package takeaway muesli, fruit salads and desserts!

Our clear bioplastic cups – made from Ingeo™, a plant-based plastic – offer a more sustainable alternative to plastic cups. They look and perform just like traditional clear plastic cups with lids when serving cold food and drinks. 

Our clear bioplastic cups are the first and only products of the kind certified to Australian/New Zealand industrial compost standards – AS4736. Plus, the carbon footprint of producing Ingeo™ bioplastic is up to 75 percent smaller than conventional plastics such as PET.

BioPak eco-friendly single-use cold drink cups are industrially compostable and designed to be part of the circular economy. Composting as an end-of-life solution reduces greenhouse gases, returns nutrients back to the earth and improves soil quality, and costs less than sending waste to landfill.

They are accepted in an increasing number of Food Organics Garden Organics (FOGO) bins and we recommend to contact your local council to check if they accept compostable packaging.