• Why We Need To Celebrate Cups

    We use paper cups for just about everything. Their versatility allows them to meet the demands of nearly anything we throw at them, from hectic schedule rushes for coffee to midnight cravings for steaming, hot soup during finals from a local Pho restaurant, where bowls are too much of a hassle. But we never seem to consider how much we take this mundane, yet extraordinary item for granted. From cheap coffee mugs to paper to go coffee cups, cups power us through our day to the fuel it gives us to survive strenuous study sessions—they are revolutionary. At an initial glance, it seems a silly thing to celebrate but imagining our lives without them puts their importance into a broader perspective.

    Why Do We Rely On Paper Cups?

    Paper cups are the best friend to everyone’s favorite caffeinated beverage, coffee. Coffee is considered by most to be a necessity, visiting a coffee shop a minimum three times per day for a refill or purchase another cup for a mi Continue Reading

  • Four Reasons To Start Selling Soup

    Every year, Americans eat more than 10 billion bowls of delicious soup. When it comes to buying it, women buy it twice as often for lunch than men, but it’s popular everywhere and in every type of weather. It’s one of the world’s most adaptable foods. In 2016, over 32% of delis were planning to enhance their soup stations, and with good reason. Soup is profitable, and here are four good reasons you should consider getting in a supply of reliable soup container and selling some of this liquidy goodness.

    1. It’s never going out of style. Soup is universally perceived as healthful and affordable, and it’s this winning combination that ensures its enduring popularity. When it’s cold, people order more; but it’s very popular even in the summer. It’s considered nourishing, so some hot soup is popular with anyone feeling under the weather, and it’s also thought of as nutritious and low in calories, so diet-conscious eaters will be filling up the soup containers, too. < Continue Reading