Friday February 21, 2020

Keeping up good habits with sustainable coffee cups

Monkey Cups are designed to be more attractive to coffee drinkers than disposable ones, and have picked up some lucrative branding deals

26th January, 2020
Branding agreements have brought Monkey Cups the most growth

For Mailo Power, her keep-cup company is about spreading good behaviour – and the business is reaching a wider audience thanks to “co-branding” arrangements with partners including the History of Science Museum at Oxford University.

Monkey Cups sells reusable glass coffee cups online at and through stockists including Ardkeen Quality Food Store on Dunmore Road in Waterford and the Cinnamon Cottage in Rochestown, Co Cork.

It is, however, branding agreements that...

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