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Ford and McDonald's Team Up to Build Coffee Bean-Based Car Parts

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Ford and McDonald's Team Up to Build Coffee Bean-Based Car Parts

Ford and McDonald's Team Up to Build Coffee Bean-Based Car Parts

The automaker and breakfast purveyor announced a collaboration to create plastic vehicle parts out of coffee bean waste from the roasting process.

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