For Dunkin customers in New England, the days of the "double cup" – a foam cup that acts as a sleeve around a cold drink –
New ads tell customers, as Boston 25 reported, that "the double cup breaks down." Leaders in the chain said they are moving to eliminate polystyrene cups because foam is not sustainable.
Cold drinks are marketed as "iced, delicious and easy."  Dunkin & # 39; s coffee chain is moving to eliminate polystyrene cups because foam is not sustainable, so New England customers must manage without a "double cup" for their iced drinks. (FIL) "/>
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The new campaign is aimed at people in Massachusetts and Rhode Island, for now, as the Associated Press reported.
The double cup habit was started in New England and has been most common there.
By December 1[ads1], all of the region's stores will begin using paper cups that Dunkin & # 39; s said would be more environmentally friendly, as Fox 61 reported.
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Foam cups will be eliminated worldwide next year, Dunkin said.
The Associated Press contributed to this report.