Now it appears that the company will keep the current lid design, and will design the paperboard cup to fit the lid. It hopes to roll out the new cups this spring, CNBC reported.
The first store, a location in Quincy, Massachusetts, already debuted the new cups in January, CNBC reported.
The company started looking at options in 2012, with a goal of providing an environmentally friendly cup in two to three years.
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