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GP PRO Dixie® PerfecTouch® Insulated Paper Hot Cup, 20 oz. (Fits Large Lids), Coffee Haze, 20 Sleeves @ 25 Count

20 Sleeves @ 25 Cups , 500 Cups

Dixie PerfecTouch® - An ideal Insulated Paper Cup. Your customers will love its comfortable, secure feel, non-slip hold and upscale graphics. Now this 20 oz cup uses the same lid (D9542) as the 10 oz, 12 oz, and 16 oz PerfecTouch® cups. 4 cups with 1 lid!

Description

The WiseSize™ product offering provides a packaging solution for efficiencies in your business. New smaller case sizes and a sleek, uniform poly design have been developed for an assortment of popular products. These smaller case sizes will result in a minimum of split cases and the individual UPC coded poly will make it easier to pull product for delivery.

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  • Reduces the need for costly double-cupping and sleeves
  • Comfortable, sturdy, non-slip feel
  • Patented paper process provides unique insulation.
  • Printed UPC makes it easier for retailers to sell new sleeves
  • Standard branding leverages the Dixie brand
  • USDA Certified Biobased product
  • Product may be processed in commercial facilities that have final screening capability. Such facilities may not exist in your area. Product contains approx 80% compostable cellulose fiber by weight.
  • Dixie® PerfecTouch® cups use 25% less material, by weight, than a paper cup and sleeve. *Based on GP limited test data of 12 & 16 oz PerfecTouch® cups vs. 12 & 16 oz. Dixie® paper hot cups and sleeves from the leading coffee retailer.
  • Meets Sustainable Forestry Initiative (SFI®) certification standards. SFI is a registered trademark owned by Sustainable Forestry Initiative, Inc. www.sfiprogram.org.
  • Dixie® PerfecTouch® hot cups are made from materials which can tolerate and have been tested with hot liquid up to 212 degrees F, the temperature at which water boils. No tests have been performed with liquids over 212 degrees F