Thomas G. Shapiro, a lawyer who represented Mr. Polanik, said it was unclear what each of the restaurants used in lieu of butter, but one of the stores had “a large tub

Thomas G. Shapiro, a lawyer who represented Mr. Polanik, said it was unclear what each of the restaurants used in lieu of butter, but one of the stores had “a large tub
that looked a lot like a tub of Country Crock, a very inexpensive spread that is sold in grocery stores.”
“The main thrust of the case, really, is to get the stores, and hopefully Dunkin’ Donuts generally, to change
that practice and not deceive people,” he said on Monday.
“The majority of Dunkin’ Donuts restaurants in Massachusetts carry both individual whipped butter packets
and a butter-substitute vegetable spread,” the company said in a statement.
“The vegetable spread is generally used if the employee applies the topping,” she said.
“Look for a spread that doesn’t have trans fats and has the least amount of saturated fat,” according to the Mayo Clinic.

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