Cups with Lids

The Packaging People Drinking Cups are made from a high-quality PLA Coated Paper. The Cups are 100% Compostable, Bio-Degradable and Recyclable. They are lined with high-quality Ingeo Resin. This lining is a high-performance material made from plants, not oil, that is derived from 100% renewable plant resources.  The advantage of this is a significant reduction in greenhouse emissions. For a complete environmentally friendly option we recommend you match these with our Bio-Lids.

Our cups are comfortable to hold in the hand, whilst retaining optimum temperature. Superior to most insulated double wall coffee cups in the market. Our cups feature either a smooth or ripple finish. They are available in either black or gloss white outer.

Should you wish to advertise your brand and maximize marketing opportunities these cups can be custom printed with your businesses branding.

Custom Cups are available in both Single Wall and Double Wall. Minimum Order Quantities apply. For enquiries on Custom Printed Cups please contact our Custom Print Team on 03 83618063

The Packaging People offer free freight on our Coffee Cups. However, The Packaging People reserve the right to charge freight to remote areas within Australia. If you believe that this charge could apply to you we strongly advise that you contact us prior to submitting your order to obtain a quote for freight and to avoid any delays in you receiving your order. 

The Packaging People will notify you after receipt of your order immediately if we believe the order will be subject to remote freight charges.



Minimum Qty: 1000
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Double Wall Coffee CupsRipple Wall Coffee Cups
Ingeo Bio Plastic LiningIngeo Bio Plastic Lining
100% Biodegradable, Compostable, and Recyclable100% Biodegradable, Compostable and Recyclable
Smooth Gloss SurfaceRipple Textured Surface
Custom Printing – Minimum order quantities applyCustom Printing – Minimum order quantities apply
8oz, 12oz, 16oz8oz, 12oz, 16oz


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