Huski Home Rice Husk Travel Cup – Duck Egg Blue
Product number: 63453
If you love your coffee but want a more sustainable travel cup, then look no further than the Huski Rice Husk Travel Cup. This lovely duck egg blue cup is made from recycled rice husk and is a more eco-friendly way to enjoy your brew on the go.
A sustainable coffee cup
This insulated cup is double-walled to keep your hot drink at the optimum temperature for up to 2 hours – it’s heat-resistant up to 100°C – or keep your cold drink colder, and the outside of the cup stays cool to the touch, so you don’t need a grip sleeve to hold it when the contents are hot. The hinged splashproof and leakproof flip-top lip means your liquids won’t splash out like it can from normal travel cups, while the non-slip base stops the cup slipping around or scratching surfaces. Durable and strong so it’ll last for years, it won’t smash when dropped, and it comes apart for easy cleaning. It’s free from unnecessary packaging too so less goes into landfill – so you can slurp away with a clear conscience!
What is rice husk?
Rice husk is the protective outer shell of the grain that keeps the grains safe during the growing season, and which is discarded when rice is processed as a food crop. Harvested in huge quantities throughout the world, rice husk is traditionally difficult to be disposed of, as it can be a biohazard if not disposed of properly. Huski Home recycles rice husks to create a durable, environmentally friendly, non-toxic material that’s free from BPA, melamine and silicone, making it ideal for creating sustainable food-safe lunchware.
About Huski Home
A family-run company, Huski Home creates eco-friendly, reusable homewares from natural waste, in order to eliminate the need for existing and single-use plastics which end up in landfill. They found a way to recycle rice husks into a durable, reusable non-toxic material to make their cups and lunch boxes, they repurpose natural waste like coconut shells and wood from non-fruit-bearing coconut trees to create tableware and cutlery, and they’ve even developed a disposable straw made from natural bulrush stems in a bid to cut down on plastic waste.