Every day, hundreds of millions of people around the world hold a cup of hot coffee. When you buy a cup of take-out coffee from a coffee shop, have you paid attention to the disposable coffee cups in each shop? Most of them are paper cups, and the design is getting better and better. But do you know how disposable coffee cups enter daily life?
At the beginning of the twentieth century, people almost always used metal cups, wooden cups or ceramic cups to drink water, and most people used communal cups. As more and more Americans begin to understand the dangers of bacteria, they also realize that public cups are unsanitary. In 1907, Lawrence of Boston, USA, invented the paper cup. This kind of cup is cheap and convenient. It does not need to be shared with others and can be thrown away after use.
In addition to using disposable paper cups to hold water, people of course also use them to hold coffee. All kinds of designs for disposable coffee cups have appeared. In 1936, Walter W. Cecil invented a paper cup with a handle. In the 1950s, someone designed a lid for disposable coffee cups.
The emergence of foam cups in the 1970s brought huge challenges to the development of paper cups. However, as people's awareness of environmental protection has gradually increased, the use of foam cups has greatly decreased, and paper cups have ushered in a renaissance.
In the 1990s, safety was the most important theme. The disadvantage of disposable coffee is poor insulation. Due to some coffee burn accidents, people began to think of ways to protect themselves, so Java Jacket appeared.
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