Environmental sustainability has come to English soccer. To help reduce waste, Manchester City is serving hot drinks in edible cups. The 220-milliliter (7.4 fluid ounce) cups are made of wafer that tastes like a thin cookie and remains crispy for at least half the game. The lower half has a recycled paper label that can also be recycled. The edible cups are made by BioBite, a two-year-old company launched by University of Aberdeen students Samuel Hvizd and Lyubomir Lambrev. The wafer, made of seven natural vegan ingredients, can withstand temperatures of up to 85 degrees Celsius or 185 degrees Fahrenheit. Uneaten cups can be disposed of at the on-site compostable waste stream which creates organic compost.