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Open for Business: Club House

Producing matte finishing on high fired porcelain has long been a major challenge for the porcelain industry. With great satisfaction, and after years of research, Club House has succeeded in the development of a special type of porcelain, fired at a temperature of more than 1300°C. The porcelain is resistant to shocks and bumps. It has perfect permeability, a high degree of flexibility, and is available in a range of colours and finishings.
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Club House shares the secret to a good coffee cup

Carlo Barbi, CEO of Club House, explains how adopting a flexible approach to manufacturing has elevated the family business to new heights, and why porcelain cups enhance a coffee’s flavour. When it comes to flavour attributes of coffee, variety, terroir, roast profile, blending, and brewing technique are some of the common influences. However, the vessel that the coffee is served in is often an afterthought.
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Ona Coffee to #giveupthecup, cease using single-use cups

Ona Coffee has announced a new sustainability campaign, #giveupthecup to eliminate all single-use takeaway cups from its venues and wholesale distribution. The announcement comes as Ona Coffee enters its 12th year and follows the conversion to solar energy of its headquarters and roastery in Fyshwick, Australian Capital Territory.
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BioPak releases Art Series coffee cup range

BioPak has released a new Art Series coffee cup range, featuring limited edition designs from local artists. The cups are made from sustainably sourced paper and lined with Ingeo bioplastic, which is made from plants instead of oil. BioPak cups can be commercially composted or disposed of in BioPak compost service bins located at local cafés in more than 1700 suburbs in Australia and New Zealand.
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BioPak partners with Open Canvas to break stigma around homelessness

BioPak has partnered with Melbourne-based social enterprise Open Canvas to launch a new compostable coffee cups range. The BioCup Art Series will feature artwork on its cups from Australian artists facing homelessness in an effort to combat the stigma surrounding homelessness. Open Canvas Founder Dan Rath says the artwork featured on the cups depicts the beauty of nature and the environment. 
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The Coffee Club and Starbucks to discount reusable coffee cups

In a stand against waste, this week it was announced that The Coffee Club and Starbucks Australia, two leading coffee chains, will offer a 50-cent discount incentive on hot beverage purchases when customers bring their own re-usable cups into store. The Coffee Club’s franchisee commitment will be offered in all The Coffee Club stores across Australia effective immediately, and has the potential to save Australian up to $130 a yearaccording to The Coffee Club press statement. In the wake of consumer demand for businesses to reduce waste, The Coffee Club has offered “Karma Cup” refills for many years and now wants to extend the environmentally friendly option for customers to also bring in their own reusable cup. The initiative hopes to make a difference to the estimated one million disposable coffee cups dumped in Australian landfill every year.
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