Starbucks Japan Debuts "Greener Series" Coffee Accessories

Made from upcycled and recycled materials.

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Starbucks Japan has just released a new collection of goods as part of its Greener Series. In an effort to reduce the number of disposable materials that the coffee chain uses, items that were tossed out the most were made into reusable items.

This release is made up of the Recycled Polyester Sleeve, Starbucks Upcycled Cotton Shopper Bag, and Reusable Straw & Silicone Case. The Recycled Polyester Sleeve is made from recycled PET bottles and can be used for extra grip and to keep your hands cool from hot drinks. The Starbucks Upcycled Cotton Shopper Bag is designed off of Starbucks’ paper bag and is made from denim scraps and other used clothing.

Priced from ¥990 – ¥2,750 JPY (approximately $9 – $25 USD), the Greener Series collection is available now in Japan until supply lasts.

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