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Latte levy: KeepCup and the reusable cups changing attitudes towards waste

The makers of reusable cups say it is shops and businesses that are driving a change of attitudes towards waste in the UK - beyond the reach of the Government and the latte levy
Independent

Here's why Starbucks employees are getting a $250m windfall

here's why starbucks employees are getting a $250m windfall
Employees of Starbucks are in line for bonuses, stock options and enhanced benefits after the coffee chain said it would make savings from US tax cuts. The move will cost more than $250m (£176.5m)..
City A.M.

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News video: New Tax May Make Disposable Coffee Cups More Expensive

New Tax May Make Disposable Coffee Cups More Expensive 01:02

A new British “latte levy” is being proposed to tax people on takeaway coffee cups. The move hopes to force consumers to use recyclable cups and reduce waste.
Source: Veuer -

News video: Latte Levy - Coffee Cup

Latte Levy - Coffee Cup "Tax" 02:11

Consumers in the UK could be facing an extra 25p charge for their morning coffee run, with a committee MP's calling for a 'so called' Latte Levy to improve recycling. Independent coffee shops and..
Source: Made Television -

News video: Latte Levy - Your Views

Latte Levy - Your Views 01:12

We went out and about in Birmingham to see what the public think of the proposed new "Latte Levy" - adding 25p to coffees in paper cups.
Source: Made Television -

News video: 'The challenge isn't technology; it's the supply of cups'

'The challenge isn't technology; it's the supply of cups' 01:17

The CEO of James Cropper Paper Manufacturing, one of only three UK facilities that can recycle coffee cups, says that the challenge is not the technology, but the supply of cups to the plant. Phil Wild..
Source: ODN -

News video: MPs propose 'latte levy' on disposable coffee cups

MPs propose 'latte levy' on disposable coffee cups 01:22

MPs have proposed charging consumers a "latte levy" of an additional 25p for disposable coffee cups in a bid to reduce waste. Report by Duffys. Like us on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/itn and..
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Asda and Aldi are banning energy drinks sales to under 16s

asda and aldi are banning energy drinks sales to under 16s
Supermarket chains Asda and Aldi have become the latest to introduce plans to restrict sales of energy drinks. It follows calls from campaigners such as Jamie Oliver and MP Maria Caulfield for the..
City A.M.

Latte levy: Public back plans for a 25p charge on all drinks sold in disposable cups

Exclusive: More than half of Britons would change their ways on the back of the levy, survey finds
Independent

The UK's coffee market will hit £13bn by 2022

the uk's coffee market will hit £13bn by 2022
The number of coffee shops in the UK will rise by almost 50 per cent in the next five years, according to a new report. Research by Allegra World Coffee Portal predicts that the total number of UK..
City A.M.

Reusable coffee cup sales surged ahead of Latte Levy proposal, says Argos

Sales of reusable cups surged five-fold in December
Independent

The latte levy can be a catalyst to get real about the convenience economy

the latte levy can be a catalyst to get real about the convenience economy
For a nation of tea drinkers, we are increasingly devoting ourselves to the business of coffee. In 2000, there were an estimated 5,000 coffee shops in the UK. There are now four times as many, and the..
City A.M.

City's independent coffee shops say the 'latte levy' is not the answer to country's coffee cup crisis

city's independent coffee shops say the 'latte levy' is not the answer to country's coffee cup crisis
Guru Coffee House in Gloucester use 100 per cent recyclable coffee cups - so why can't Starbucks?
Gloucester Citizen

Why your favourite independent coffee shops will be hit harder than Starbucks and Costa by 'latte levy'

why your favourite independent coffee shops will be hit harder than starbucks and costa by 'latte levy'
Guru Coffee House in Gloucester use 100 per cent recyclable coffee cups - so why can't Starbucks?
Gloucestershire Echo Also reported by •Stroud LifeGloucester Citizen

Latte levy: Coffee drinkers must act against cafe chains failing to tackle disposable cup waste, says senior MP

Mary Creagh hailed The Independent's backing for the 25p charge on disposable coffee cups
Independent

Latte Levy: What are businesses doing?

latte levy: what are businesses doing?
How are businesses reacting to concerns over disposable cups?
BBC News

Starbucks has become the first to announce its own latte levy

starbucks has become the first to announce its own latte levy
Starbucks has responded to calls from MPs to introduce a "latte levy" on disposable coffee cups by experimenting with its own charge. The coffee chain said it will trial a 5p charge on disposable..
City A.M.

Latte levy won't work alone to cut disposable coffee cups, say UK recycling chief

Businesses must shoulder the burden for recycling their own packaging, according to Suez's UK boss
Independent

Tax these latte-loving idiots until they bleed, says Britain

BRITAIN wants the ‘latte levy’ to be followed by as many punitive taxes on coffee obsessives as possible.
The Daily Mash

The Latte Levy: Proposed tax on disposable cups in need of a shot of a caffeine

There's money to be made in coming up with an alternative, re-usable cup that works for people on the go. Entrepreneurs take note
Independent

Call for 'latte levy' to cut disposable coffee cup waste


Telegraph.co.uk

'Latte levy' proposed by MP's to make coffee lovers pay to use disposable cups

'latte levy' proposed by mp's to make coffee lovers pay to use disposable cups
What do you think of the proposals?
Lincolnshire Echo Also reported by •Boston Target

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