Dunkin' slow-roasts development of non-foam cup

08/25/2013 | San Francisco Chronicle (free content)

Dunkin' Donuts launched a test this week of a double-walled paper coffee cup to replace its foam containers in Brookline, Mass., where the foam cups will be outlawed after Dec. 1. The chain lags behind rivals including Starbucks when it comes to developing a recyclable alternative to the foam cups that hold most of the 1.7 billion cups of coffee it sells each year. "This is an important and complicated issue, and we want to take every step to make sure that we get this right," said spokeswoman Michelle King.

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