Ilott Cafe

Snug on the Kelburn Campus at Victoria University is Wellington café, Ilott. All day food and drinks (including their Gelato Shake!) to keep you going. And remember, they love it, just love it, when you Use Your Own Cup for your takeout coffee or shake. See their listing with us to find out more!

IG: @Ilottcafe

Project Blue

"Making changes to the way NZ uses single-use plastics & documenting it all as we go!" - Please support not only what Project Blue do, but why they do it? We are all vital to make change occur and hold fast. Click HERE for their website,  HERE for their FB and HERE for their instagram

No Take Aways Please

Have a read here about a Melbourne cafe who have banned Take Away cups, just like The Lincoln Pantry in Christchurch and Muskets and Moonshine in Queenstown. CLick HERE to see the artlcle in the Sydney Morning Herald. It's a good read...

IG: @napier_quarter

Vigour Vitality

Are you dairy-free? We found out about Vigour Vitality Nut & Seed Mylks because some our cafes use their Barista Blend in-house - but now we can buy them for home. Shake a teaspoon of paste up with filtered water and you're in the mylk! So rich and so good. 

IG: @vigourvitality

 

New Year Eve Tauranga

Excited to bring you this magic from our friends at Our Place and Gun & Coco. Click HERE for your tickets? TIDES is a the newly launched New Years Eve music festival right in the buzzing hub of the sunny Bay of Plenty. Carefully curated, this event draws in music lovers to celebrate a yummy mix of local NZ talent in the beach town paradise of Tauranga. You are in for a really, really good time.

Two Grey

A Wellington legend, Two Grey Bar and Brasserie and staunch members of the UYOC family: no plastic straws, a UYOC discount, the sell Frank Green cups and welcome us to take home what we can't quite finish. Small steps to big change. 🌿

Our thanks to our freind @fattab for the image. Click HERE for her insta...

Ideal & UYOC in Stuff

Thanks to Leith Huffadine for his informative and proactive series about our relationship with disposable cups; what the envirnmental issues are and steps we can take to negate them. Click HERE to read the final part of five, where Leith talks to Steph Fry from Ideal Cup (and a little word from us too).

IG: @idealcupwellington

IG: @uyoc.nz

IG: @thesmokingbarrelnz

Reduce Single Use

...by simply making time to stay. This is Fedeli, Wanaka, where although they will disocunt you when you use your own cup for take outs, they are extra happy when you drink in and let them do the washing up for you, too.