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They're giving away a limited number of free reusable cups in Canada.
The chain says it's a response to the pandemic and consumer habits.
The coffee chain will also close locations in malls, universities and virus hot spots.
Both chains say they will still honour the discounts they gave customers who brought their own cups.
The move comes after Tim Hortons abandoned its foray into fake meat.
The U.S. coffee chain says it’s trying to modernize the customer experience in stores with the first-of-its-kind location
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