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Cup & Accessory

Patek Packaging’s drink cups guarantee comfort and durability to keep your beverages at the ideal temperature for longer. 

Our revolutionary lids prevent leaks and are incredibly easy to use, effectively banishing spills from your life. From your morning coffee to your evening tea, our Cup Accessories collection elevates your drinking moments with unmatched sophistication and functionality. 

Use of Sustainable Cups in Canada

Toronto-based reporter Patty Winsa reports that a company in Guelph saw increased sales for businesses using reusable plastic containers, with a deposit cost of 50 cents or $1. More than half of the customers, 57%, opted for reusable packaging when given the choice. Restaurants featuring these containers on their menus experienced a 20 percent sales boost. 

These containers can be reused up to 100 times. Once they're no longer usable and sanitized and sent for recycling.

Materials Used in Our Collection

Feature

PET (Polyethylene Terephthalate)

Paper

PP (Polypropylene)

OPS (Oriented Polystyrene)

Material Type

Plastic

Natural Fiber

Plastic

Plastic

Transparency

Clear

Opaque

Translucent to opaque

Clear

Strength

High

Medium to high

High

High

Moisture Barrier

Excellent

Good (with coating)

Good

Fair

Gas Barrier

Good

Poor (without coating)

Fair

Poor

Heat Resistance

Good

Poor

Excellent

Fair to poor

Recyclability

High

High (if not coated)

High

Lower than PET and PP

Cost

Moderate

Low to moderate

Low to moderate

Moderate

Common Uses

Beverage bottles, food containers

Bags, wrapping, cups

Food containers, cutlery

Bakery goods, clear containers


Uses

  • Home. Enhance your daily beverage experience with cups that maintain temperature and add convenience.
  • Office. Keep your workspace tidy and spills at bay with secure, stylish cups.
  • Outdoors. Rely on durable, leak-proof cups for any adventure to keep drinks clean.
  • Events. Offer guests an eco-friendly, elegant drinkware option at gatherings.
  • Travel. Enjoy spill-free and easy-to-carry cups for hydration on the go to reduce waste.
  • Large Restaurants and Chains. Achieve significant waste reduction and align with corporate social responsibility.
  • Cafes and Restaurants. Attract eco-conscious customers to enhance reputation and customer loyalty.


Buying Guide

    1. Identify Your Needs. Decide based on the type of drinks you serve and the sizes you require. Consider eco-friendly materials if sustainability aligns with your brand values.
    2. Select the Right Material. Use paper for hot drinks and plastic (PET, PP) for cold drinks. For eco-conscious choices, look into biodegradable materials like PLA.
  • Ensure Lid Compatibility. Make sure lids fit snugly to prevent leaks. Choose lids with features suited to your beverages, like straw slots for cold drinks or vented for hot drinks.
    1. Brand Visibility. Consider custom printing or using stickers for branding if the budget permits.
    2. Buy Smart. Bulk purchases can save money, but ensure you have enough storage.
  • Consider the Environment. Weigh the benefits of recyclable versus compostable options based on your sustainability goals.
  1. Comply with Regulations. Ensure all materials meet local food safety and environmental standards.
  2. Focus on Customer Experience. Choose user-friendly cups and lids that enhance, not hinder, the drinking experience.
  3. Pick Reliable Suppliers. Quality and timely delivery matter, so select suppliers with positive track records.

Eco-Chic Sipping Starts Here

From your morning routine to your outdoor adventures, these cups and lids make your life easier and contribute to a greener planet. Opt for a stylish and eco-friendly solution that suits your dynamic lifestyle.

Upgrade your drinkware with our sustainable Cup Accessories and join the movement towards a more sustainable future. Let's make a difference, one sip at a time.


Frequently Asked Questions


How do I choose the right size cup for my business?

Choosing the right cup size for your business involves a few key steps:

  1. Identify what your customers prefer. Coffee shops need small to large cups, while fast-food spots stick to a few standard sizes.
  2. Base cup sizes on your most popular beverages. Espresso needs smaller cups than smoothies or lattes.
  3. Select sizes that help manage ingredient costs and reduce waste.
  4. Smaller cups use less material, but offering reusable options can also align with eco-friendly practices.
  5. Make sure your brand is visible and fits well on the sizes chosen.
  6. Consider your space and how easy it is to handle and store different cup sizes.

Can I use the cups for alcoholic beverages?

Yes, you can use cu