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Coffee Amantes: Top Influencers Who Are Amazed by Moving Beans’ Compostable Coffee Pods – Part II
Coffee Amantes: Top Influencers Who Are Amazed by Moving Beans’ Compostable Coffee Pods – Part II

Coffee Amantes: Top Influencers Who Are Amazed by Moving Beans’ Compostable Coffee Pods – Part II

We are super thrilled that you landed on our blog. Generally, there are obviously more articles on coffee, Nespresso pods and compostable coffee pods. Other educational articles on natural coffee capsules are for instance from leading media publishers, or Moving Beans. In addition read our related article on Nespresso pods.

In the previous post, we’ve dealt with some of the Instagram influencers who enjoyed moving beans’ compostable coffee pods. If you haven’t read the previous one, I’ll give you a quick brief of the amazing item that Moving Beans offer.

Coffee is inarguable tasty and trendy and it has a lot of health advantages nevertheless it can often cause pollution to the earth, for aluminum and plastic coffee capsules can take control of 500 years before it really breaks down.

This is why Moving Beans decided to make an innovative product that can both supply great coffee and a safe environment at the same time. Which brings in a lot of influencers who want to share the word with huge audiences, and here they are!

1) @Notanothermumgroup

Rebecca Stew or @Notanothermumgroup is a lifestyle author, content developer, and a coffee snob. She has 12.3 k followers on the platform, and she’s an author at @mamalifemagazine. On December 31, 2020, Rebecca posted a photo in her Instagram account sharing the word of Moving Beans’ compostable coffee pods.

Here’s what Rebecca wrote in her caption,

“Moving Beans
Did you understand that there are 350 million coffee capsules thrown away each year that use up to 500 years to break down?!
We’ve been checking out @movingbeanscoffee Nespresso compatible, fully compostable coffee pods and they get our stamp of approval. With a 2-year-old and newborn twins in your home, coffee is essentially keeping us alive nowadays ☕.
Their pods are made entirely of plant-based materials and contain no aluminium or nasty plastics. Even the pancaking is made of recyclable paper and biodegradable inks.
Moving Beans; fuelling our newborn bubble and conserving the planet simultaneously.”

Video: Sustainable and Nespresso Pods by Moving Beans.

2) @Eatinmcr

Eatinmcr or Manchester Food EatinMCR is an Instagram account with 19.9 k followers on the platform sharing different scrumptious and delicious food around Manchester. On Christmas day, December 25, 2020, they shared an image including Moving Beans’ compostable coffee pods. They called Moving Beans’ products “Good for the planet and great for the stubborn belly”.

Here’s what @eatinmcr captioned,

“Merry Christmas everyone!
Good for the world and great in our stomach, how can we withstand?
Moving Beans Coffee is the coffee brand name for you if you have a nespresso maker and you’re a fan of coffee and wanting to assist the environment. Their pods are totally compostable having been made out of sugar walking stick & sugar beet plants.
And above everything, the coffee was incredible. The various flavours are all so great that we can’t choose our favourite.”

3) @Mom_of_little_men

Mom_of_little_men or Elle is a motherhood blogger/influencer who loves coffee. She included Moving Beans’ compostable coffee pods in one of her posts back on December 27, 2020.

Elle said to her post,

“Hey, my names Elle and I’m addicted to coffee! It’s gets me through the days when I have had no sleep! Anyone else feel me?
I have actually kindly been gifted 3 various coffee pods from @movingbeanscoffee.
They are AMAZING, in fact I have actually currently completed all the Indonesia ones they are so smooth and tasty, gorgeous after taste too! Plus all the pods are compostable and biodegradable how fantastic is that …
How much coffee do you drink?”

Moving Beans is an SME that has been providing Nespresso capsules for a long time, with more info at this link. Do read a good article on compostable coffee pods. They were the first to provide truly aluminium-free Nespresso-compatible coffee capsules.