(FOX NEWS) - Dunkin' Donuts announced it would be switching from foam to paper cups by 2020 in an effort to be more eco-friendly, but not everyone is on board with the decision.
The coffee chain shared the news Wednesday, writing that over the next two years, all Dunkin' locations would transition from the polystyrene foam cups it currently uses to a new style of paper cup, which it claims is "more sustainable, while still keeping your beverages hot and your hands cool."
"The new, double-walled paper cup is already in use at Dunkin' Donuts' next generation concept store, which opened in mid-January in the company's birthplace of Quincy, Mass. It will be introduced at all Dunkin' Donuts restaurants in New York City and California in spring 2018, and will be phased in across the U.S. as supplier manufacturing capabilities ramp up," according to a press release.
Due to its negative impact on the environment, there has been a large push to ban the use of the foam material, which decomposes slowly, ends up in oceans and can harm marine life and other animals that ingest it.
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