If you're starting to think about the idea of creating your own custom PP plastic cups, you may still be wondering why you need to include plastic cups in your inventory. While other cup materials may suit your needs, plastics offer a number of unique benefits—both physical and aesthetic—that make them high-quality printed materials with attractive marketing potential.
1) Safe Alternative
One of the most important benefits of plastic cups is that they are a safer alternative to Styrofoam or glass. Although Styrofoam does not
poses any threat to customers enjoying cold beverages, but may be unhealthy when paired with hot beverages. Styrofoam -- short for Styrofoam -- contains a chemical called styrene, which is widely considered a human carcinogen and may expose your customers to harmful chemicals. On the other hand, PET plastic cups are safer and do not contain any harmful BPA.
2) Reduce environmental footprint
If you're concerned about the environmental impact of using single-use cups, plastic cups are a great choice for your business. Plastic is one of the most recyclable materials out there, so you'll feel good knowing that your custom plastic cup won't last decades in the environment.
3) Solid and reliable structure
One of the best things about plastic cups is that they are durable. Whether you choose PET or PLA plastic, your custom plastic cups will be strong and reliable—meaning your customers can enjoy their beverages without worrying about spills. While paper or Styrofoam cups are prone to leaking or crushing risks, PET and PLA plastics are rigid enough to resist dents and leaks, yet flexible enough not to rupture under pressure.
4) Visual Marketing Appeal
One of the most notable benefits of clear plastic cups is their marketing potential. After all, that's what we're here to discuss! With Styrofoam and paper cups, you can of course customize it to showcase your logo and designs in a variety of colors. However, with plastic cups, you can combine the colors you're serving with the full-color designs you're showing.
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