Was lovely to catch up with a friend of mine, Tina Dacombe, last week at Plains FM. She is doing a series of podcasts celebrating diversity in our hometown, Christchurch and I was fortunate to be interviewed. Check it out above and have a listen! Tina is a dear friend of mine and does a … Read More about My Cup Podcast at Plains FM
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MyCup™ is made in New Zealand by My Cup NZ Ltd, a Social Enterprise that is actively changing peoples lives. Our Social Mission is that we will provide a long term , sustainable, body positive, cost-effective menstrual product alternative to all women in New Zealand. MyCup™ works with a buy-one-give-one model, whereby every cup we sell also includes a donated cup to our community. These cups are then distributed via our community partners by people passionate about improving peoples lives. more about us...
Often you hear of companies referring to their international accreditation such as FDA Approval, TGA Approval, etc. Here are some explanations about the two main international providers of these approvals and how they impact you as a consumer. FDA Approval (USA) MYTH: Menstrual Cups with “FDA Approval” have been rigidly tested and quality checked by the FDA. … Read More about MYTHS & FACTS: FDA Approval for Menstrual Cups – What does it mean?
Some Menstrual Cups have seams running from the rim of the cup to the start of the stem, some menstrual cups have their seams running around the rim of the cup. This is purely due to the way the cups are manufactured. MYTH: Cups with seams are less robust and may not last the distance. … Read More about MYTHS & FACTS – Seams on Menstrual Cups
And we are off! 25/10/18 Weighing in at 60 kgs, 4 bags containing the 2,000 cups (pictured) are ready for loading, having been signed off by Qatar Airways … after an amusing staff demo. Whoever invented shrink-wrapping is a genus, especially for fragile bags. (I’m sure airports would not appreciate rogue menstrual cups escaping over … Read More about Stop Demand – Nigeria