First-of-its-kind BPI-Certified Compostable Coffee Pod Lidding Film

Source: CP Flexible

It is the first and only company to give BPI (Biodegradable Products Institute) certified compostable coffee pod lidding film created for the newest generation of single-serve coffee makers.

The patent-pending compostable lidding is the only BPI-certified lidding that works with new multi-prong technology discovered in the leading brand of single-serve brewing machines. 

Introduced first-of-its-kind BPI-certified compostable coffee pod lidding film for latest single-serve coffee makers

C-P’s exclusive compostable lidding provides several prongs to perforate the coffee pod without tearing, supporting multiple streams of hot water to saturate coffee grounds—obtaining more aroma and flavor.

This compostable lidding follows the C-P GreenStream™ portfolio of sustainable packaging solutions produced to minimize environmental impact.

As per Euromonitor, across 12 billion beverage pods are bought in North America each year—enough pods to surround the earth 13 times. C-P’s flexible compostable lidding film used in tandem with compostable cups provides pods to be commercially composted, supporting fewer pods to end up in landfills. In addition, the material satisfies all of the requirements of the ASTM test methods ASTM D6400 and ASTM 6868.

As declared by C-P Flexible Packaging CEO Mike Hoffman, “C-P is committed to doing the industry leader in compostable film packaging as well as post-consumer recycled and recycle-ready materials. They are investing heavily in expanding our GreenStream™ sustainable packaging portfolio, and our BPI-certified compostable lidding technology is just one example of this.”

Beyond compostable coffee pod lidding, C-P provides many kinds of retail coffee packaging to leading coffee brands, including compostable fractional applications, compostable mother bags, and compostable pod overwraps.

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