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Ecoffee Cup

Ecoffee Cup
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Ali and David McLagan created Ecoffee Cup in 2014 as a way to stem the tide of single-use cups. Their entrepreneurial journey actually began in 2008 when they left their jobs in advertising and manufacturing to create a line of souvenir gifts. They soon became disillusioned with the amount of waste they were seeing in the industry and the idea of creating products that weren’t really needed. Ali started to learn about the environmental consequences of single-use plastic cups and felt like this could be a way they could use their experience for good. They researched the raw materials that became the basis for their reusable cups and got to work to create modern, colorful alternatives to throw-aways. Now, their reusable cups are helping people do their part to reduce the number of single-use products going into landfills.

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Discovered 9/17/2020

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Unfortunately, products from this maker are no longer available on our site.

Maker Story

Sustainable Sips

Ali and David McLagan created Ecoffee Cup in 2014 as a way to stem the tide of single-use cups. Their entrepreneurial journey actually began in 2008 when they left their jobs in advertising and manufacturing to create a line of souvenir gifts. They soon became disillusioned with the amount of waste they were seeing in the industry and the idea of creating products that weren’t really needed. Ali started to learn about the environmental consequences of single-use plastic cups and felt like this could be a way they could use their experience for good. They researched the raw materials that became the basis for their reusable cups and got to work to create modern, colorful alternatives to throw-aways. Now, their reusable cups are helping people do their part to reduce the number of single-use products going into landfills.