paper cup


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Noun1.paper cup - a disposable cup made of paperpaper cup - a disposable cup made of paper; for holding drinks
cup - a small open container usually used for drinking; usually has a handle; "he put the cup back in the saucer"; "the handle of the cup was missing"
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The global paper cups market is bifurcated into paper cup size, end-users, and distribution channels.
Asked about the projectiles aimed at him, he added: "I saw (a paper cup) launching over my head but it never hit me."
ENPNewswire-July 30, 2019--Dunkin - The Story Behind our NEW Double-Walled Paper Cup
Zouk Mosbeh, Lebanon, March 06, 2019 --(PR.com)-- Multinational manufacturing group, INDEVCO, announces that its specialty-coated repulpable and compostable "Sanita Natura" paper cup was shortlisted in the top 29 entries of the NextGen Cup Challenge; 480 entries were submitted from 53 countries.
"Every fifth person in New York City is walking down the street with a paper cup," she laughs.
Aimee's cousin Adele Lake has set up a JustGiving page to raise PS1000 to help the Paper Cup Project who were in regular contact with Aimee while she was sleeping rough.
Martin Kersh, Executive Director, Foodservice Packaging Association, and Neil Whittall, Chairman, Paper Cup Recovery and Recycling Group
Starbuckswill test a 5p paper cup charge across all 950 stores in Britain from July 26, following a three-month trial in London, it has been announced.
But Paul Synott, managing director of Blackwood-based Seda UK and spokesman for the Paper Cup Alliance, warns that such moves could "endanger" jobs, both at manufacturing facilities and in coffee shops.
Paul Synott, managing director of Blackwood-basedSeda Ukand spokesman for the Paper Cup Alliance, warns that such moves could "endanger" jobs both at manufacturing facilities and in coffee shops.
The modern paper cup can be traced back to 1907, when Boston lawyer Lawrence Luellen came up with the 'Health Kup' in a bid to tackle concerns about people sharing cups and spreading disease.
In US restaurants, Dunkin will replace the foam cup with a new, double-walled paper cup. The majority of Dunkin's international markets are currently using paper cups, and the brand will work with its franchisees to eliminate foam cups from the remaining international markets by the 2020 goal.