STOCKISTS & RETAIL CONSERVATION PARTNERS...
We have teamed up with some amazing Retail Conservation Partners under our Cups 4 Conservation Program. These businesses share our same ethical values, recognising that sustainability is a process that integrates environmental and social considerations into economic decision making.
Recognising the impact single-use coffee cups have on our environment, a number of our Conservation Partner Cafes and Coffee Shops encourage the use of reusable cups, with many of them offering a discount on your beverage if you 'ditch the disposables' and bring your own! Gotta love helping the planet whilst sipping on your discounted coffee!
Our Cups 4 Conservation Retail Conservation Partner Gift Stores, Providores and Tourism Businesses all promote the philosophy of 'supporting local', the on-selling of environmentally friendly and ethical product ranges and the implementation of environmentally sustainable business practices.
All Cups 4 Conservation Retail Conservation Partners contribute $1 from every cup sold to Wildlife Conservation Programs in need.
The following businesses are Cups 4 Conservation Retail Conservation Partners and stockists of our All Glass & Organic Bamboo Eco Cups.
CAFES & COFFEE SHOPS
Frank & Lotti - Deloraine
Devil's Door Cafe & Winebar - Launceston
The Berry Patch - Turners Beach
The Raspberry Farm Cafe - Christmas Hills
Deloraine Deli - Deloraine
GIFT STORES & PROVIDORES
Found In Earth Floristry & Giftware - Deloraine
The Spotted Quoll Studio - Hobart
The Spotted Quoll Studio Launceston
Augustus Chocolates - Hobart
Lemon Tree Providore - Wynyard
Flowers on Gilbert - Latrobe
Reliquaire - Latrobe
Under the Oak - Ulverstone
TOURISM & OTHER BUSINESSES
Trowunna Wildlife Sanctuary - Mole Creek
Devils@Cradle Wildlife Sanctuary & Gift Shop - Cradle Mountain
Eugenana Art Gallery - Eugenana
Barebones Art Space - Swansea
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Interested in becoming a Retail Conservation Partner?
Are you a business, cafe or coffee shop interested in retailing our products? In offering reusable cups, not only is this demonstrating environmentally responsible business practices, and diverting waste from landfill, it could also result in significant financial savings.
Many busy inner city coffee shops sell upward of 500 cups of coffee per day! At 0.20c ea, this is $36,500 on disposable cups in one year! That's also 55,000 single-use disposable cups to landfill every half an hour in Australia!
You can help further by matching out commitment to a percentage of proceeds directed into wildlife conservation programs.
Interested in becoming a Cups 4 Conservation partner? Shoot us through an email for more information and our wholesale price list.