Our initiatives to comply with the new SUPD rules
We offer a wide range of plastic-free paper cups made from paperboard with a water-based barrier coating.
The Paper2Paper cups are PAP21 certified for recyclability, which means they do not require a separate or additional waste collection system as they can be recycled together with paper.
Available sizes – 4oz/120ml, 7oz/180ml, 8oz/220ml, 12oz/350ml, 16oz/450ml.
Minimum order from 500 pieces
ICE Cream Cups:
Ice Cream cups with your own design :
Ice cream Cups with your own design – the perfect choice for serving ice cream, pudding, frozen
yogurt and other snacks or desserts! The high quality cardboard we use to produce the ice cream cups is designed for food packaging and is glossy so the cups are bright and glossy with vibrant colors.
- The ice cream cups come from our plastic-free products. The cardboard has a water-based barrier coating.
- Available sizes : 4oz/120ml, 6oz/180ml and 8oz/220ml.
- Minimum order from 750 pieces.
SUPD – label on paper cups with a plastic coating.
The law for packaging in the EU countries to combat the level of marine litter.
The Single Use Plastic Directive (SUPD) requires standard — Plastic in Product — markings for a range of packaging items made partly from plastic, including paper cups. Perfectly legible and indelible labels are necessary, regardless of the plastic content.
This is what the labeling of products that are partly made of plastic should look like:
Here you will find the labeling regulation:
It is based on the Single Use Plastic Directive: https://eur-lex.europa.eu/legal-content/EN/TXT/PDF/?uri=CELEX:32019L0904&from=LT
|Here’s what you need to know:|
|Here’s what you need to know: Paper cups delivered to customers in EU countries before July 3, 2021 may be sold without the label. Paper cups delivered to and sold in EU countries after July 3, 2021 must have the label. Until July 4, 2022, the products may be labeled with stickers. The label must state the language of the country in which the product is used. All paper cups will have to be labeled, i.e. whether they are made of cardboard with PE or PLA coating.|