Ford is using discarded McDonald’s coffee beans to build car parts

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McDonald’s coffee bean remnants are getting a second purpose in life in the form of car parts.

Researchers from Ford, the Dearborn, Michigan-based automaker, are using McDonald’s coffee chaff — the waste left over after the roasting process — to make headlamp housings and other auto components.

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