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McDonald’s Moves to Phase Out Foam Cups

April 3, 2012
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mcdonalds mccafe hot coffee cup steamingMcDonald’s is testing a double-walled fiber hot cup in approximately 2,000 restaurants, primarily on the West Coast. The objective is to gauge customer acceptance, operational impact and overall performance of what would be a more environmentally sustainable solution. The polystyrene cups are used to serve hot beverages and are reportedly not commonly recycled.

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