Dunkin’ vote renews debate over environmental impact of K-Cups

SHAREHOLDERS OF DUNKIN' BRANDS are set to vote on whether to study the environmental impact of Keurig K-Cup single-serving coffee products that use Dunkin' Donuts-brand coffee.
SHAREHOLDERS OF DUNKIN' BRANDS are set to vote on whether to study the environmental impact of Keurig K-Cup single-serving coffee products that use Dunkin' Donuts-brand coffee. / BLOOMBERG NEWS FILE PHOTO
NEW YORK – Dunkin’ Brands Group Inc. shareholders are set to vote Wednesday on whether to push the coffee chain to review its use of single-use pods, renewing a controversy over their impact on the environment. The proposal, from Dale Wannen, president of Sustainvest Asset Management LLC, asks the Dunkin’ board to issue a report by…

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