Dunkin’ Donuts Menu to Stay the Same in Maine Locations
Changes are coming to some stores in Massachusetts and Rhode Island, according to the Boston Globe, but Dunkin' Donuts locations in Maine won't be affected.
Dunkin' Donuts is planing an overhaul of it's menu Aug. 7 for some Massachusetts and Rhode Island stores as part of its test of a simplified menu, according to the newspaper. A DD employee posted a couple of pictures from a billboard inside her store showing the big changes.
"The intent, said company spokeswoman Michelle King in a statement, is to streamline the menu and 'enhance speed of service and in-store operations,'" the Boston Globe reported.
This simplified menu is only a test as Dunkin' works to provide the best experience for consumers. Again, the test run doesn't affect any of the Maine stores.
Fun Dunkin Donuts Facts from mentalfloss.com:
The franchise when it opened in 1948 in Quincy, MA was called 'Open Kettle'. But, the owner wanted to sell more donuts, so in 1950 it was changed to Dunkin Donuts.
Dunks sells 30 cups of coffee every second on average. That amounts to about 1.7 billion cups a year.
You can get married at a Dunkin Donuts near you!