Allyson Chiu of The Washington Post reports on a new study from the University of Quebec on single-use coffee pods.
- A study from the University of Quebec found that old-school drip coffee can have a carbon footprint that is 1 1/2 times higher than that of single-use pods.
- Single-use coffee pods are more efficient, produce less waste, and require less water and coffee grounds to make a cup of joe.
- And while the plastic packaging of coffee pods is something to be considered, the study found that it has a very small carbon footprint.
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