Features and Benefits
Huhtamaki have partnered with CorporateConnect.AB, who is committed to closing the gap in Indigenous disadvantage, to develop a new range of coffee cups. The cups feature artwork by Keith Brown. Keith is a Ngarabal man from northern New South Wales, he first learned to paint from his brother over 20 years ago.
- Compostable to EN13432 and ASTM D6400 in industrial facilities where these exist.
- Lined with corn-starch, PLA, a rapidly renewable alternative to regular plastic linings.
- Ability to source products specific to contracts and tenders.
- Every purchase supports Indigenous Australians via Supply Nation certified, CorporateConnect.AB.
- The range fulfils your business requirements against the Commonwealth Procurement Policy (IPP), effective from 1st July 2015.
In Aboriginal culture, the land was created and given life through the journeys of the ‘Spirit Ancestors’ during the period called the ‘Dreamtime’ or ‘Dreaming’. The ‘Spirit Ancestors’ are symbolised by animals which are the sacred totem animal of a tribal group. Each clan family belonging to the group is responsible for the protection and care of their sacred totem animal. The artworks featured in Huhtamaki’s new range of cups illustrate the tribe area and their sacred totem animals.