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McDonald’s Introduces Designer-Made Reusable Coffee Cups

McDonald’s Introduces Designer-Made Reusable Coffee Cups
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Patrick Norguet creates these stylish drinkware for the fast-food giant in France.

Yi Chen
  • 25 july 2012


The fast-food giant in France has commissioned industrial designer Patrick Norguet to create a set of reusable cups. McDonald’s will replace its disposable Styrofoam coffee cups with this colorful, and stylish drinkware instead. The ceramic cups come with a band of protective wrap in six different colors.

Not only do the new cups look great, but they are also designed to be easier to grip, and protects the hand from the hot beverage. McDonald’s in France hopes to be giving these away for free to customers as an incentive to try out their new range of premium roasted coffee.

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+drink
+eco-friendly
+Environmental / Green
+Europe
+fast food
+France
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+Marketing
+mcdonalds
+recycle
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+waste

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