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NEW YORK (CBSMiami) – Dunkin’ Donuts is doing away with their foam coffee cups.

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The coffee retailer has announced that it will stop using polystyrene cups in all of their U.S. stores in two years. They will start using double-walled paper cups beginning this Spring.

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The company said the new cups hold heat just as well as the foam cups and you won’t need a sleeve to protect your hands.

The change brings U.S. stores in line with Dunkin’ Donuts international locations which are already using paper cups.

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New York and California will get the new paper cups first. They’ll then be rolled out nationwide.