Packaging foods and beverages from restaurants and cafes is a gift that keeps on giving. It does not limit one to eating the food from the eatery establishment and that way, saves on time and reduces overcrowding tendencies. Among the most commonly used packaging is the Paper Coffee Cups which as the name suggests, holds hot coffee or other beverages.

Paper cups
The cups are meant to be disposed after use and thus the cups are made from affordable material such as virgin paper board, polyethylene and consumer paper. The polyethylene used in making the cups has a high melting point therefore hot liquids can be held in. Most cups come with a lid which prevents unnecessary spillage. While the paper cups are meant to be eco-friendly, the material is not bio-degradable and it calls for proper disposal after use.