sawarner Senior Member Joined: 18 Aug 2012 Posts: 1 Location: West Des Moines Expertise: Pro Roaster
Roaster: US roaster Corps 12 kg
Posted Wed Aug 22, 2012, 8:50am Subject: Which Sized Cups to Use?
Greetings from Iowa.
The city just gave us permission to sell coffee to go by the cup out of our new organic roasting/retail shop. We are looking at a couple of compostable cup vendors.
Long story, short..... they won't let us have a sit down coffee shop unless we install sprinkler systems for ALL of the tennants under the 5000 sq ft roof and want a grease interceptor if we install an espresso machine.
Anyway, I'd like to carry a minimum of sizes of green/disposable cups for hot and cold beverages. I've been considering a small and large double-walled version for hot and cold. The large hot will prolly be 16 oz. I'm not sure how small to make the small. (10 or 12 oz)
For the cold beverages, I was thinking about having larger sizes due to the use of ice in the containers. (12, 16, 20, 24 oz are available.)
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