Frequently asked questions

How is a Cupbio cup any different from a traditional paper cup?

A traditional paper cup has a film of plastic on top of the cartonboard in order to be watertight. In a Cupbio cup this plastic has been replaced with a water based dispersion that gives the cup excellent properties and makes it 100% recyclable and biodegradable.

Is there a difference between Hot and Cold Cupbio?

No there isn’t. They both have a waterproof dispersion coating on the inside of the cup.

Are Cupbio cups biodegradable?

Yes. Cupbio cups are biodegradable and 100% recyclable.

Are Cupbio cups made in Finland?

Yes. Hot Cupbios and Cold Cupbios are both proud owners of The Key Flag symbol which helps to choose the Finnish alternative. We produce Cupbios in Loviisa, Finland.

How can I make an order?

From the product pages you can enter our web shop (orders under 50 000 pcs). With larger amounts, you can fill in the contact form and contact us and we will be in touch.

Which cup sizes are available?

All sizes can be seen in the Products tab.

Is it possible to order a cup with my company logo?

Of course! We offer customized printing on all of our products. You can design Cupbios by our 3D online tool in the web shop or we can take care of the designing. All design work is part of our service with no extra charge.

How soon can I expect a reply?

We will contact you within 48 hrs.

How long does shipping take?

Orders under 50 000 pcs are ready to be shipped in 30 working days. Bigger amounts take a little more time to produce and they are discussed separately. Typically shipping takes 2 days. If you are in a hurry, please contact us and we do our best to help you.

Is it possible to get samples of Cupbio cups?

Of course. Fill in the contact form and we will be in touch.

Are there any new products coming in stock?

We are constantly expanding our product portfolio. If you have a wish or an idea, please fill in the contact form.

PE, PLA cups…the slang seams difficult. How is Cupbio placed within these?

Excellent question! Paper cups need some form of insulation against liquid and fats. Traditionally this is achieved with coating the cartonboard with a film of PE (Polyethene) plastic. Somewhat similar properties can be achieved with foodplant based PLA (Poly lactic acid) coating. PLA is industrially biodegradable, which has a little to do with biodegradability in nature, but is considered a plastic when it is recycled. Cupbio cups are made of Finnish cupstock that is coated with a water based dispersion making our cups 100% recyclable and biodegradable even in nature.