Coffee bean remnants are being used to make car parts

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Researchers from the Ford Automotive Company said they giving McDonald’s coffee bean chaff new life as car parts. Chaff is the waste left over after the roasting process, and Ford researchers say it can be used to make headlight housings and other automotive components. The auto manufacturer heats the…
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