2020 has been a challenging year for so many people. Yet, people have also shown how much we can come together to do good. We have certainly seen that at Club Coffee. When the arrival of Covid-19 changed daily life in mere days, our entire team made the adjustments necessary to keep up…

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Club Coffee Welcomes Ontario Government Support for Compostable Coffee Pods in Municipal Composting Systems

Jeff Yurek

TORONTO, Sept. 30, 2020 Club Coffee welcomes the Ontario government announcement that municipalities should now include certified compostable coffee pods in their food waste diversion programs under the province’s updated Food and Organic Waste Policy Statement. “Ontario government support for compostable coffee pods including Club Coffee’s PurPod100™ is a game-changer,” said Club Coffee CEO John Pigott. “We look forward to working…

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Club Coffee participates in Building the Bioeconomy Campaign


The campaign recently launched in the National Post and Innovating Canada online. Plastic pollution is a huge issue in Canada. Since as little as 9% of Canada’s plastic gets recycled, consumers are turning to alternatives such as innovative plant-based materials. Learn about Canada’s growing bioeconomy sector and new ways that our economy can find more…

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Coffee Industry Insights with Solange Ackrill – Podcast

Coffee Industry Podcast

Podcast – The Food Professor – Coffee Industry Insights Solange Ackrill, Vice President Club Coffee, brews up insights on the coffee industry. Click to listen: Learn more about innovation at Club Coffee by visiting:…

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Compostable Pods – Club Coffee Enhances Recycling and Composting Information

Compostable Packaging

Club Coffee, the leader in plant-based compostable single-serve coffee pods, is implementing the How2Recycle and How2Compost label instructions on its packaging. It joins more than 250 North American industry leaders using the programs to give consumers clear messaging about where their packaging is designed to be discarded when they’re done using it. “From our first steps to a compostable…

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Compostable Coffee Pods Recognized by Nature

Compostable Coffee Pods

Compostable coffee pods have just been recognized in Nature, the world’s most respected natural science research publication. A study by researchers at the University of Tennessee’s main campus in Knoxville (UTK) assessed the environmental and economic performance of compostable coffee pods compared to plastic coffee pods. The UTK research team reported that compostable coffee…

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Club Coffee and Social Media North donating $10K to Conquer COVID-19

  It is with great pleasure that we are partnering with Social Media North to donate $10,000 to help conquer COVID-19. This money will go directly to securing and distributing PPE to front-line workers who desperately need it. I know what you're thinking…FINALLY somebody sexy in one of those t-shirts.Deep breaths…. this tweet has so…

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#FuelTheHeroes Coffee Drive


We it a huge milestone today. #FuelTheHeroes MPP Doug Ford’s office team helps us deliver coffee to Etobicoke General Hospital (William Osler Health System) staff. Our #FuelTheHeroes coffee drive exceeded its target of a million cups of coffee for front-line heroes. Thank you to President’s Choice and Brittlestar for helping support this effort!    …

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Billionth Pod – Compostable Coffee Pods Enjoyed By All

Billionth Pod

Billionth Pod! Over 1 Billion of our compostable pods have already been enjoyed by Canadians in the past 3 years!         Learn more about innovation and sustainability at Club Coffee by visiting: Innovation: Sustainability:  …

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Plant Based Products Council (PBPC) Sets the Record Straight on CBC Marketplace Report

Plant Based Products

Plant Based Products: Story below was taken from the PBPC website: To CBC: Infrastructure, Not Plant Based Products, Needs Improvement A recent CBC Marketplace piece focuses on how Canadian grocery stores are filled with single-use plastic packaging used for a wide variety of products. It concludes that many of these legacy plastic materials are not properly disposed…

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