Print My Cup short-run eco branding

VEGWARE HAS launched www.PrintMyCup.co.uk – a new website showcasing the eco packaging manufacturer’s low MOQ cup printing services. Vegware’s innovative compostable insulated hot cup won Best New Product in the Climate Week Awards. The firm offers custom printing on just 1,000 cups, ready in 3 weeks or less. Unusual design options include embossing, QR codes, foil stamps, and perforated tear-off tabs to transform coffee cups into lottery tickets or promotional vouchers. To celebrate the launch of www.PrintMyCup.co.uk and encourage festive cup designs, Vegware is offering half price artwork origination fee for all orders until the end of October 2012.

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Vegware’s founder, Joe Frankel, said, “Our printed cups are one of our biggest-selling products – brands use our printed cups as an eco canvas to communicate and interact with their customers over coffee. We now sell more custom-printed cups than stock cups, and have launched PrintMyCup.co.uk to showcase all the exciting design options. ”

 

Vegware’s insulated cups are made in the British Isles from GM-free EU certified sustainable materials. Lined with cornstarch, not plastic, the cups are compostable, suitable for food waste recycling after use. Vegware’s new free service, the Food Waste Network, helps any UK business find its ideal food waste recycling. This closed loop approach recently won the firm a WRAP-sponsored BCE Award for Environmental Leadership and a Scottish Parliamentary Motion congratulating the firm on its rapid growth and sustainable business principles.

 

Vegware’s in-house creative team creates cup designs with the first hour of design time free of charge. This service has grown to the point that now Vegware sell more custom prints than stock hot cups, and the new PrintMyCup identity is soon to expand into Scandinavia, starting in Denmark with PrintMinKop.dk.

 

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