Eco-Friendly Fridays: Loliware has Invented the Future – An Edible Cup!

Eco-Friendly Fridays: Loliware has Invented the Future - An Edible Cup!

On a recent episode of the Living Maxwell Show on Periscope (please follow @livingmaxwell on Periscope), I interviewed Chelsea Briganti, co-founder of an absolutely fascinating company called Loliware. Loliware has invented the world’s first edible, biodegradable cup. Yes, a cup that you can eat!  As Chelsea Briganti shared with me in the video above, the company […]

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On a recent episode of the Living Maxwell Show on Periscope (please follow @livingmaxwell on Periscope), I interviewed Chelsea Briganti, co-founder of an absolutely fascinating company called Loliware.

Loliware has invented the world’s first edible, biodegradable cup. Yes, a cup that you can eat! 

As Chelsea Briganti shared with me in the video above, the company currently offers four different flavors of its edible cups – citrus, tart cherry, matcha green tea, Madagascar vanilla  – and all of the ingredients in the cups are non-GMO, plant-based, and vegan.

What started out as a design competition for jello, Loliware has emerged as a business with very serious potential and within a few months of launching, it has already signed partnerships with companies such Four Seasons, W Hotels, and Aramark. Many, more are in the works as well.

Want to try these cups for yourself?

For Living Maxwell readers, I have arranged a special deal with Loliware where you will receive 10% off all orders until September 4th by using this link.

Loliware is one of the most interesting companies that I have come across since starting my blog nearly six years ago, and it could be serious game-changer in the world of packaging and sustainability.

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2 Comments

  • Cheryl says:

    Do those who will be serving these to their own clients know they should be staying cleansed via nongmo, properly cleaned hands, too. Especially those who are or were smoking vapor or tobacco cigarettes, too. Keep focused on your future generations.

    • Max Goldberg says:

      Hi Cheryl,

      It is definitely a valid point. The person handing out these cups needs to have clean hands. No doubt about it.

      Live well,
      Max

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