Ice cream icon unveils new candy bar frozen treats and reveals Americans' insight into candy classics
A group of three private-equity firms is close to a deal to buy doughnut and coffee chain operator Dunkin' Brands for about $2 billion, the New York Times reported Monday.
To commemorate its 60th birthday, ice cream icon Baskin-Robbins will launch a succession of sweet events and initiatives.
Dunkin' Donuts, Baskin-Robbins and Togo's, formerly branded together as Allied Domecq Quick Service Restaurants (ADQSR), will now be known as Dunkin' Brands, Inc.
Baskin-Robbins has announced a promotional partnership with Twentieth Century Fox for the summer release of the film X2.
Quick-service contributes strong same store sales.
In honor of the first trading of its shares on the New York Stock Exchange, Allied Domecq will give away free Dunkin Donuts coffee and doughnuts, Togo’s sandwiches, and Baskin Robbins ice cream.
Family Fun Magazine recently announced the winners of its 2000 Toy of the Year (TOY) Awards. Ranking high among the winners was the Baskin-Robbins' Ice Cream Bar Factory.
Family Fun Magazine recently announced the winners of its 2000 Toy of the Year (TOY) Awards. Ranking high among the winners was the Baskin-Robbins' Ice Cream Bar Factory, which captured the number 4 spot in the overall top 10 and was voted the number one toy in the arts & crafts category for kids ages five to seven.