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Bio-based Materials

Bio-based Materials

May 22, 2024

Sulapac and Restel collaborate for bio-based reusable cups at Burger King and Rax restaurants

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  • Sulapac, a Finnish bio-based material company, has partnered with Restel, a Finnish restaurant and catering company, for a pilot program to use reusable "eco cups" at selected Burger King and Rax restaurants in Finland.

  • The partnership will see Restel use Sulapac's biobased and recyclable cups in its selected outlets. Customers will take the eco-friendly cups from cashiers and return them for washing and reuse, which can be repeated around 200x. The eco cups can also be industrially composted and transformed into new cups at the end of their lifecycle.

  • Analyst QuickTake: The partnership marks Sulapac’s first major venture into foodservice solutions. The company’s prior bio-based offerings have focused on solutions for the beauty and personal care industry.

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