Inside look

Inside look

Inside look

Inside look

10 things you didn’t know about Dunkin’

Original Name: Dunkin' was originally founded as "Open Kettle" by William Rosenberg in Quincy, Massachusetts, in 1948.

First Menu Items: The original Dunkin' Donuts menu was quite simple, offering just coffee and donuts.

Coffee Sales: Dunkin' sells more cups of coffee than donuts, making it one of the largest coffee sellers in the world.

Expansion and Presence: Dunkin' has more than 12,000 locations in 40 countries (as of my last update in April 2023), showing its vast global presence beyond the United States.

Innovation in Beverages: Dunkin' was one of the first major chains to introduce an espresso machine in their stores back in the 1990s, signaling a shift towards more diverse coffee options.

DD Perks Program: Dunkin' has a loyalty program called DD Perks, which rewards customers with points for every purchase that can be redeemed for free beverages. It's a strategy to retain customers and encourage frequent visits.

Sustainable Practices: Dunkin' has made commitments towards sustainability, including phasing out polystyrene foam cups globally in favor of double-walled paper cups to reduce waste.

Menu Diversity: Beyond donuts and coffee, Dunkin's menu now includes a variety of breakfast sandwiches, bagels, wraps, and other baked goods, catering to a wider range of dietary preferences and meal times.

Culinary Innovation Team: Dunkin' has a culinary innovation team dedicated to creating new and seasonal menu items, ensuring that the menu stays fresh and relevant to consumer trends.

Partnerships and Collaborations: Dunkin' has engaged in various partnerships over the years, including with Beyond Meat to introduce a plant-based breakfast sausage in 2019

Marky Park from Hypebeast



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