Super Bowl 2020 is going green and eco-friendly with sustainable, recyclable, compostable bamboo beverage cups and straws.
The eco-friendly cups and straws will be used by PepsiCo, the official soft drink of Super Bowl LIV on Sunday February 2, 2020 at the Hard Rock Stadium in Miami, which has banned plastic.
The sustainable cups and straws are manufactured by True Green Enterprises, which was founded by a woman, Terry Lehmann, who is also the company’s CEO.
So this is a win-win three-peat – for climate change, for football and for women!
And a fourth cheer to PepsiCo for using smart, sustainable products from a female-owned company.
True Green Enterprises is a certified Women’s Business Enterprise working with like-minded corporations helping them with their Sustainability Goals by utilizing eco-friendly products.
Pepsi’s sustainable Super Bowl cups and straws will have a tropical design reflecting the Miami and South Florida area.
“We are so happy our Tree Free Paper Products are helping keep our oceans and lands free of plastics and other harmful materials. This was the goal when I founded the company in 2007. I feel good that our products help keep Florida safe and clean,” said Ms. Lehmann in a press release received by ecoXplorer.
The company’s products are manufactured from corn husks and quick-growing bamboo.
In addition to the cups and straws being served at Super Bowl LIV, True Green Enterprises produces sustainable tree-free napkins, plates, facial tissue and bathroom tissue.
True Green’s products are USDA Certified Bio-Based made from rapidly renewable resources.
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