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These Leak-Proof Contigo Mugs Are Your Lifechanger Deal of the Day

If coffee's part of your daily routine, it makes a lot of sense to carefully choose the gear you're touching on a daily basis. If you've got your brewing setup down, that means you should upgrade your mug. And there are few better travel mugs than the ...

Best Travel Coffee (and Tea) Mugs

We evaluated travel mugs for temperature retention ... (In stainless steel; Related: Best Bakeware Contigo Extreme MugContigo Extreme Mug, 16 ounces ($20) Pros: The locking lid provides a leak- and spill-proof seal. A carabineer is built ...

The Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf® Launches Exclusive In-Room Collection for Hilton

Hilton Worldwide announced today the new in-room assortment created exclusively by The Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf® for the company’s three full-service brands. To celebrate the new offering from the oldest and largest privately held specialty coffee and tea ...

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$39 Yeti tumbler vs $9 copycat: any difference? Walk into any Dick's Sporting Goods, Cabela's, or other camping store, and you can't miss the displays of Yeti tumblers, the hottest selling cold drink cup in history. A $9 SubZero, sold at Kmart, Walmart, and Amazon, but only sold in a 20 ounce

Yeti vs Orca vs Ozark Trail tumbler: Which holds ice the longest? Stainless steel vacuum sealed tumbler cups have been around for several years now. I've had a 30 ounce Yeti Rambler Tumbler for over a year and have used it daily. Now many companies are marketing similar vessels for keeping cold drinks cold and hot 

Finally, we'll be able to recycle coffee cups: Millions will be sent to specialist centres instead of landfill after ... The cups will be sent to specialist recycling centres in Sheffield and Cumbria or to one being built in Leeds. Veolia will also rent out dedicated recycling bins for 50p a day. Veolia's technical director, Richard Kirkman, admitted that if more than

Lib Dems call for 5p levy on disposable coffee cups to stop billions being thrown away every year The Lib Dems have called for a 5p levy to be placed on disposable beverage cups. The party said the move was needed because 2.5billion such cups are being thrown away in the UK each year with fewer than one in 400 recycled. They pointed to an 85 per 

Virgin Trains passenger is banned from using his OWN mug to buy a coffee because it hadn't been 'risk assessed' by ... A Virgin Trains passenger was told he could not use his own mug to buy a coffee because it was not 'risk assessed'. Environmentalist Peter Kohler has carried his personal plastic mug for two years as his way of cutting back on waste from disposable mugs.

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