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9-10 oz Cold Cup | Corn Plastic

Compostable | Sustainable | Eco-Friendly

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$167.43 / case$0.17 each

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132.8miles of driving emissions
134.8days of bulb energy

Your purchases impact by choosing "Plant Based" vs. Styrofoam™

9-10oz Compostable Cups | Clear Cold Cups

Disposable clear cold cups made from eco-friendly corn plastic (PLA)

  • Commercially Compostable
  • Plant Based Materials
  • No Added PFAS
  • Gluten Free
  • Lid Sold Separately

9/10 oz. "PLA" Cold Cup | BPI® Certified Compostable

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Corn plastic Cold Cups with a clean, clear, and durable design, are made from corn-based resin that is derived from plants.  These disposable cups are great for cold beverages like iced coffee, iced tea, juice, smoothies, and water.  Ideal size for use as a compostable alternative to wine glasses! They are suitable for cold liquids, freezer safe, and compost in 2 to 4 months in a commercial composting facility, where available.  You have found BPI-certified compostable cups that are available for the needs and requirements of the food service industry as well as the individual consumer who is concerned about sustainability. 


  • For Cold Liquid
  • Can be Refrigerated and Frozen!
  • Made from Corn
  • No Added PFAS
  • Biodegradable Products Institute (BPI®) Certified Compostable


**Corn plastic begins to melt at 105 degrees F. Please store out of direct sunlight.**

Products are packaged in recyclable paperboard and polyolefin plastic wrap. Please recycle all packaging where available. Recycling facilities may not be available in all areas.

Product Specifications:

3.1" (79.4mm)
Top Diameter:
3.8" (96mm)
Bottom Diameter:
2.2" (55mm)

Case Details:

Case Quantity:
Case Weight:
19.5" (496mm)
15.6" (396mm)
14.2" (360mm)

Product Certifications:

BPI Certified

CMA Certified

USDA BioBased

This product is certified compostable to meet ASTM standards for commercial composting facilities, which may not exist in your area.


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