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Copco Reusable “To-Go” Cups Product Review

I have been very pleased with these to-go cups that I bought a couple of months ago at Bed, Bath and Beyond, so I thought I would share!

I am on a never-ending quest to “do better.” Last year, I successfully weaned myself off of $6.00 cups of coffee at the local drive-thru coffee joint, and bought come travel mugs to carry my own home-brewed coffee in. The money I saved from “said coffee place” has gone to a very nice coffee pot with money to spare to put in the bank! Well, that was my hope anyway. I cannot tell you how many travel mugs I bought because the seal would inevitably stop working and I would end up wearing more coffee than I drank (ever notice how that ALWAYS seems to happen when you are wearing white?). I then started buying disposable coffee cups with lids from Coscto, which worked great but I have since been trying to reduce waste in our family and do our part to help the environment.

So, I was without a travel mug for awhile until I happened to come across a very cool looking cup one day when I was at Bed, Bath and Beyond.

These travel cups are by Copco and are called Eco-First Acadia Mugs. I like how they look a lot like the coffee shop cups, even with the built-in coffee cup sleeve!

These cups feature:

  • Double-wall plastic construction for enhanced insulation
  • Quarter-turn lid sealing mechanism
  • BPA free
  • 16 oz. capacity
  • Retail for $7.99 at Bed, Bath and Beyond and at Amazon (with free shipping if you have Amazon Prime).

We have a 2 brown cups and I got a pink one for me. They also have blue, purple, tan and green on the Bed, Bath and Beyond website. We have really liked these cups, and I am thinking of buying a couple more because my husband has a bad habit of leaving them at work! The lid screws on and there is no rubber seal to mess with, I can even use them when I am wearing white! $7.99 for a cup I can reuse, vs. $6.00 for a one time use coffee cup from a drive-thru!

I also splurged on another type of to-go cup that Copco has, called the Sierra. I found them at Bed, Bath and Beyond for $7.99 too, but not on Amazon.

See the little stopper at the bottom of the straw? Brilliant! My 2 year old LOVES to pull the straws out of cups and now he can’t!! :-D

This cup features:

  • Durable BPA free construction
  • Dishwasher safe
  • Quarter-turn lid sealing mechanism
  • Exclusive straw keeps drinks perfectly mixed
  • Textured, non-slip grip
  • 24 oz. capacity
  • Retail for $7.99

Sam and Luke really like these, makes them feel like they are drinking out of a fast-food cup! What I like about them, is the screw-on lid! The seal has been really good so far which has helped to reduce spills (although liquid can still come through the straw). I like to give the boys “mom’s version” of soda pop in them: half juice and half sparkling water! So far, so good… they really only care about the cup anyway!

You can check out Campbell’s Gluten-Free product list here.

I am off for my “date” with Sam, we are going to P.F. Chang’s to sample their new gluten-free menu and to see Alice in Wonderland. If you haven’t done so already, don’t forget to enter for a chance to win the Sports-Tastic Birthday Party with the No Biggie Bunch! I will pick the winner later today!

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Comments

  1. Kim says:

    I have wanted to buy one of these for so long! Thx for the review!

  2. TruthMaker says:

    I was just wondering, how did you find out that the copco Arcadia coffee cup was BPA free? I have looked at their product packaging and their website and could find no such information. I did see that these products are made in China though, and since they are made of plastic, though their marketing materials uses all the green and eco-friendly buzzwords that conscientious consumers like us want to hear, I have no information that would lead me to feel comfortable about using this plastic container to drink heated beverages out of. Can you provide me with any additional information about the construction of this product? Thanks, TruthMaker

  3. Joy says:

    We are not a gluten free family, but I liked your endorsement of the Copco cups. I have the hot beverage one and love it. I am going to get some of the cold beverage ones after what you said. I have a 3 year old who also loves to take his straw out and it makes me crazy. :)

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