Disposable Cups, ecological & inexpensive. 1.000/2.000 units
  • Disposable Cups, ecological & inexpensive. 1.000/2.000 units
  • Disposable Cups, ecological & inexpensive. 1.000/2.000 units

Disposable Cups

€33.00 Tax excluded

€0.03 par unité

Quantity: 1.000 units
Color: Beige

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barcode ZCGS001

Disposable Cups

Disposable cups made of eco-responsible, biodégradable materials

  • made of cardboard
  • in bagasse
  • in cartons of 1,000 or 2,000 pieces
  • with or without wooden stirrer
  • good thermal insulation
  • watertight

Disposable cups in bio-sourced material are a pleasant alternative to plastic cups.

Data sheet

150 ml
h : 7,5 cm, diam haut 7 cm, diam bas 4,5 cm
Size and weight of carton
43 x 38 x 32 cm, 8,2 kg

Disposable Cups

Disposable cups made of cardboard and bagasse offer numerous environmental and health benefits compared to plastic cups.

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How are disposable cups produced

Bagasse cups are made from sugarcane fibers. Bagasse, a by-product of sugar production, is a renewable resource that, when transformed into cups, reduces carbon footprint and waste, unlike plastics. At the production site, cups are manufactured using a thermoforming process that leaves no seams. No coating is needed for these cups to be watertight.

Cardboard cups are made from thick cardboard called "beverage cardboard". A visually imperceptible thin coating makes the cardboard moisture-resistant. We have selected cardboards with a very thin layer of Bio PBS. The disposable cups are produced through a process of cutting, forming, and sealing. Our cardboard cups are made in France.

Disposable cardboard cups feel smoother to the touch than bagasse cups. Both types of cups have a cylindrical shape with a slightly flared edge at the top to facilitate drinking and strengthen the structure of the cup. This shape also ensures a good grip.

Environmentally Advantageous

Bagasse and cardboard cups are biodegradable and compostable, thus helping to reduce pollution. In terms of recyclability, cardboard and bagasse also stand out, offering easier recycling than many plastics, particularly those used for disposable cups.

From a health perspective, disposable cups made of cardboard and bagasse do not release potentially harmful chemicals such as BPA.

For Hot and Cold Drinks

Cardboard or bagasse cups are suited for various needs such as tea and coffee, as well as for cold drinks, fruit juices, sodas, or smoothies. They also provide good thermal insulation, making the use of protective sleeves for hot drinks unnecessary. Heat-resistant, they can hold hot beverages without the risk of deformation.

Contribute to a Positive Brand Image

Disposable cups made of bagasse and cardboard are perceived as more ecological and of higher quality, which can advantageously enhance the brand image of restaurants. Using disposable cardboard or bagasse cups contributes to reducing dependence on fossil fuels, thus supporting efforts towards a greener economy.


Cardboard and bagasse cups are practical and aesthetically pleasing objects, suitable for a variety of daily uses, particularly for serving hot or cold beverages in formal or informal settings.