About this item
- Fits Dart 8 oz. foam cups W8J8
- 1,000 lids
- 10 bags of 100
- Lift 'n Lock lids
- Raised vent prevents seepage
Dart® 8 oz. Foam Cup Lids - 1000 ct. are excellent, secure fitting, white plastic, vented cup lids. Lift 'n Lock lids with tear tabs make these easy to use in any situation, keeping your drink in your cup and not on you.
Where Can You Use These?
Dart 8 oz. Foam Cup Lids are packaged in 10 bags of 100 so you can bring the whole package or just one sleeve, depending on your needs. These fit perfectly with 8 oz. foam cups and can be used everywhere you need a drink. Perfect for taking coffee and hot drinks to go and serving from food trucks and drive-throughs, coffee cups with lids are an essential.
Can These Work on Any 8 oz. Foam Cups?
While every Dart 8 oz. styrofoam cup and container has a high-quality Dart lid, these Dart 8 oz. Foam Cup Lids are made to fit Dart cup model W8J8. Dart makes hundreds of products and wants you to have the best fit with their products. From high dome to straw slotted, insulating foam to SipThru, Dart has designed lids that not only complement every cup and container, but also every application you can devise.
Dart sets the Industry Standard of Excellence by safely and efficiently providing packaging solutions for foods and beverages and offering exceptionally reliable service to each and every one of their customers. Dart Container Corporation, founded and headquartered in Mason, Michigan, sets a standard of excellence in the development, manufacture and distribution of their innovative foodservice packaging solutions. Dart manufactures cups, plates, containers, lids and straws made from materials such as expanded polystyrene foam, solid polystyrene, polypropylene, polyethylene terephthalate (PET), paper and even sugar cane. From its humble origins as a machine shop in Mason, Dart has expanded across the globe to include more than 40 locations in six countries and about 15,000 employees worldwide. Dart's ongoing drive for efficiency has resulted in reductions of their carbon footprint. From the lighting fixtures in their offices to the technologies on the factory floors, each element of their business is scrutinized for ways to further reduce energy consumption, air emissions, and solid wastes.