Canada Coffee Alicante


Using eco-friendly disposable packaging helps to deal with some of the growing contemporary problems, such as energy dependence and climate change. In our café you can separate waste: yellow for plastics, blue for paper and cardboard, and grey for organic products. Help us recycle for a life without waste!

Single Use
Single Use
Single Use

Single use disposable cups and containers allow the comfort to enjoy your favourite drink either at our café or to go. With every drink you get a fresh new cup, so they are hygienic and safe for your health. In addition, there is no need to consume energy cleaning and drying dishes, as is the case with ceramic, glass or porcelain, and neither is there any water pollution associated with chemical detergents.

Same Flavour
Same Flavour
Same Flavour

The cups that we use to serve our drinks have an internal protective layer. This film is a barrier for flavours and odours especially conceived so that the liquid does not interact with the cup. Therefore, the cup does not absorb any liquid and neither does it transfer any of its substance to the drink. Therefore the taste of the drink is not affected. This protective layer is also produced with renewable resources and is fully biodegradable.

Say YES to ecological disposables!
With Canada Coffee you make an effective contribution to the environment. In Spain only 0.5% of the plastic cups and containers are produced with ecological plastic. We are proud to say that our cups, cutlery and recipients are recyclable, biodegradable and sustainable, made with raw material from controlled production (FSC certified). Link to the declaration of conformity.

Unlike foam, styrofoam, and other oil-derived plastic cups, our ecological recipients are manufactured with a minimum amount of natural resources (raw materials, energy and water). They are 100% organic and biodegradable, as they are made using organic material that decomposes naturally into the soil. Take care of the planet with us!

Cups for hot drinks
Cups for hot drinks
Cups for hot drinks

All our cardboard cups for the hot drinks are recyclable, biodegradable, compostable, and sustainable, with reduced carbon footprint, from controlled production (FSC certified). The interior finishing is vegetable starch. The plastic lids for the hot drinks are recyclable, but not compostable.

Cups for iced drinks
Cups for iced drinks
Cups for iced drinks

All our transparent cups and lids for the iced drinks are 100% plant starch and compostable between 30 and 90 days (certified DIN/EN 13432). Their production used 60% less CO2 emissions and 50% less non-renewable energy compared with conventional polymers (PET/PS).

Cutlery and boxes
Cutlery and boxes
Cutlery and boxes

Our wooden cutlery is biodegradable, plastic free, sustainable, 100% compostable, and originates from certified tree cultivation (FSC certified). Our take-away boxes are made with recyclable raw materials from the left over sugar cane fiber used in the production of sugar, and do not require raw materials to be produced. They are biodegradable, and compostable (certified ASTM D6868 and EN/DIN13432).

Environmental
During the production of these containers, the CO2 emissions are very low, thus the process produces a minimal carbon footprint. They are made with renewable and reusable plant by-products and other recycled materials. The waste disposal is environmentally friendly (recycling, composting, incineration with reduced emission of harmful substances).

Our eco-friendly packaging reduces the negative impact on the environment. After the end of their life cycle, they do not harm the environment because they are fully recyclable, biodegradable, compostable and sustainable. In an industrial composting plant, our recipients based on plant starch decompose naturally between 30 to 90 days.

Ecological Plastic
Ecological Plastic
Ecological Plastic

The ecological plastic PLA complies with the DIN 13432 normative and will compost naturally in less than 90 days, according to weather conditions and microorganisms. Plastics derived from petroleum need centuries to decompose. Harmful remnants could end up in the food chain, and worst of all are the leftovers floating in seas and oceans. Contrary to these, plastics produced with natural resources such as our ecological recipients, reduce oil dependence and help the environment.

Sugar Cane Pulp
Sugar Cane Pulp
Sugar Cane Pulp

After extracting sugar from the sugar cane plant, the residue left over is a pulp. During the production of 100 tons of sugar, about 43 tons of pulp is left over. This is used for manufacturing cardboard and paper, but also for single-use recipients such as dishes, cups and boxes. It is made in China because it has one of the largest cultivation areas for sugar cane worldwide. There is no rainforest in China, thus the production does not require any deforestation. All sugar cane recipients are certified for contact with food products (BfR). The production is certified according to BRC.