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Ethical Bean Goes Green-er

Ethical Bean Goes Green-er

If you’re anything like me then you too guzzle down cups of coffee almost as much as water. If so, I’m sure you too understand the importance of how fast that coffee is in your hand, ready to drink, in the morning and during the afternoon slump. Odds are you’re already a big fan of Ethical Bean Coffee, however, I’m about to give you one more reason to fall in love with our very own Vancouver-based Coffee company.

The Vancouver-based company famous for their delicious organic coffee beans just added a major edge to their game. What is this upgrade I’m talking about? Besides Ethical Bean coffee being extremely conveniently sold at local stores around the tri-cities and online, the pods that contain all of your morning happiness, are officially 100% compostable. Yes, you read that right! Recycling these bad boys has become that much more ethical. Ethical Bean’s Keurig compatible pods are certified compostable by BPI. Which means the pods are proven to break down within five weeks in commercial composting systems. Sounds fantastic, doesn’t it? Here’s a statistic for millennials looking to manage their waste contribution: In a recent study conducted by The National Coffee Association 28% of millennials in the USA only know how to brew coffee this one convenient way. If that sounds like you, reduce the guilt and plastic waste flooding our global landfills by switching over to Ethical Bean Coffee!

Next time you’re at any of the following retailers (London Drugs, Save on Foods, Price Smart, Overwaitea Foods, Loblaws, Buy-Low Foods, Nesters, or online) be sure to grab one of three distinct pod roast options – Classic, Lush or Super Dark. Now you can have your coffee, fast, affordable and with the relief of knowing you are being ethical with your waste contribution!

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