With over 60 years of designing and manufacturing, Telesonic PAK., a limited liability company, originally pioneered shrink packaging with the first shrink tunnels and the development of most of the firsts in the concept of shrink packaging machinery - then followed the evolution to stretch wrapping, vertical and horizontal form fill/seal machines and custom-built systems. We also now offer a patented bio-based recyclable biodegradable, compostable cup/pod that is compatible with Keurig machines (see Press Release below).
We believe that all business practices should promote the highest level of ethical standards in its relationships with their customers, as well as vendors. Our goal is to provide you with the best package possible, to help your brand succeed with shelf appeal that surpasses the competition.
Telesonic PAK, LLC is a Factory Direct Supplier
Telesonic's K-Cup System
will have your customers enjoying a better cup of coffee while helping our growing concern for the environment. That should make everyone feel that they are contributing to what is now a worldwide issue. Be part of the change for the future!
Inspired by the global and predominant use of single-service coffee brewers, Telesonic has introduced a new coffee packaging machine capable of producing single-serve coffee pods that are recyclable.
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STOP POLLUTING OUR ENVIRONMENT WITH PLASTIC K-CUPS!
Designed for Keurig brand coffee brewers, the K-Cup is to be used to make a single cup of coffee. After the coffee is brewed, the pod is not to be reused, composted, or recycled but to be thrown in the trash. These K-cups that have been trashed in landfills could wrap around the planet 10 times.
In 2020, 27% of American coffee drinkers use a single-cup brewer and 40% own a single-cup brewing machine. That is over 75 million homes brewing single-use pods like K-cups every day, multiple times a day. That means tens of billions of nonreusable, nonrecyclable plastic pods ending up in our landfills. While Keurig is saying they intend to make K-Cups out of #5 polypropylene plastic in 2020 so they can be recycled in most areas, only one-third of major recycling programs accept this kind of plastic. The K-cups that don’t get recycled will take thousands of years to decompose in a landfill and contribute to our growing problem of plastic pollution. Keurig’s “Grounds to Grow On” program, where they encourage customers to mail in their empty K-Cups back when they are burned in energy incinerators, also fails because it wastes energy and puts other harmful, cancer-causing toxins into our air, water, and soil.
Having the vision to recognize the growth of single service
coffee consumption, Telesonic's engineers perfected a unique packaging machinery system and single-service disposable filter cups, which are compatible with Keurig-type brewers, to supply to coffee roasters.
Bernard Katz, the late president of Telesonic Packaging Corp., said: “we manufacture a patented bio-based recyclable biodegradable, compostable cup [RBC pod], which was designed to optimize a uniform extraction, and brew a higher quality cup of coffee. Unlike the Keurig K-Cups, our cup is also environmentally friendly. In fact, coffee grounds are filled with garden-friendly nutrients and properties. They contain nitrogen, lighten and loosen soil, attract earthworms, and act as a deterrent against garden pests. Rich in nitrogen, one can fertilize their vegetable garden with coffee grounds. Our cups are perfect for this because not only are they biodegradable (breaking down into harmless compounds), they are compostable (breaking down into natural elements in a compost environment leaving no distinguishable or toxic residue.) Simply put, one can bury our cups in their garden to fertilize it after they use the cup!"