Di Bella biodegradable coffee capsules
Di Bella coffee has launched a line of coffee capsules which biodegrade within 180 days in regular landfill.
The capsules are made only from biodegradable materials including fibres, starch, proteins, lipids and additives of natural origin. They can also be used in Nespresso machines.
Di Bella founder, Phillip Di Bella, said the capsules answer consumer demand for eco-friendly coffee options.
“Our customers love the convenience of coffee capsules and that they save them time and money, but are becoming concerned with the effects capsules are having on the environment,” he said.
The capsules contain Di Bella’s Golden Bean award-winning Certified Organic roast from Peru. Packs of 10 capsules can be purchased from Di Bella for AUD $8.00
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