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Dunkin' Donuts Is Finally Ending Their Use Of Foam Cups

By Aimee Lutkin

On Wednesday, Dunkin' Donuts announced plans to finally eliminate all polystyrene foam cups from their supply chain, with a goal to end their use completely by 2020. In their press release, they say the process will begin in the spring of 2018, so if you like drinking boiling hot coffee from foam cups, you only have a few more weeks of guaranteed time to do so. 

Dunkin' Donut's international locations mostly already use double-walled paper cups for their coffee, and U.S. restaurants will be making the switch. The company says they will be working with any sellers outside the country to eliminate the foam cups as well, so it is a world-wide goal.