The holiday season is here, and Dunkin' Donuts has made its list (and checked it twice) of beverages, snacks, and gifts to keep people running through the hustle and bustle of the season. This year, Dunkin' Donuts' holiday items feature three flavored coffee and lattes, including new White Chocolate, Peppermint Mocha, and Gingerbread, as well as new Red Velvet Drizzle Donuts and Red Velvet MUNCHKINS. Dunkin' Donuts also has new Peppermint Mocha K-Cup packs and packaged coffee to enjoy when there's no place like home for the holidays.
Halloween is almost here, and Dunkin’ Donuts, America’s all-day, everyday stop for coffee and baked goods, has brewed up a host of ghostly goodies to make the season sweeter for trick-or-treaters of all ages. Leading Dunkin’ Donuts’ “spooktacular” Halloween lineup is the return of the Boston Scream Donut, Dunkin’ Donuts’ frightfully delicious variation of its classic Boston Kreme donut, decked out for the holiday with an orange icing drizzle. The Boston Scream Donut is available through Halloween at participating Dunkin’ Donuts restaurants nationwide.
Dunkin’ Donuts announced the signing of a multiunit store development agreement with existing franchisee Sizzling Donuts for 16 new restaurants in Salt Lake City, Utah.
The first restaurant is planned to open in 2013, and the remainder will open by 2018.
In February 2012, Sizzling Platter formed the subsidiary Sizzling Donuts and signed its first multiunit agreement with Dunkin’ Donuts to develop 11 new restaurants in Denver and eight new restaurants in El Paso, Texas, over the next several years.
For three years running, the quick-service segment, including Subway, Dunkin’ Donuts, and McDonald’s, is considered one of the simplest industries by U.S. consumers (ranking No. 2 out of 25 industries) according to results from the third annual Global Brand Simplicity Index.
The study, released by global strategic branding firm Siegel+Gale, also found that despite their simplicity, quick-service restaurants stand to gain $2.6 billion more from consumers who said they are willing to pay more for even simpler experiences.
For anyone whose homemade lunchtime sandwich just isn’t cutting it, Dunkin’ Donuts is offering its fans the chance to trade up their sandwiches with the “UpgraDDe Your Sandwich” Twitter Sweepstakes.
Through Friday, October 19, followers of Dunkin’ Donuts (@DunkinDonuts) on Twitter can tweet a photo of their lonely lunchmeat, weary wraps, and soggy sandwiches with the hashtag #UpgraDDe.
Eligible fans who submit a photo of their homemade sandwich will have the chance to win a $50 Dunkin’ Donuts Card.
Baskin-Robbins now has something new and exciting for guests in California alongside its world-famous ice cream, frozen treats, and custom ice cream cakes.
The brand announced that that participating Baskin-Robbins shops in California will offer Dunkin’ Donuts K-Cup packs, making “America’s Favorite Coffee” available in California for the very first time for use with Keurig single-cup brewing systems.
Dunkin’ Donuts, America’s all-day, everyday stop for coffee and baked goods, announced today the signing of a multi-unit store development agreement with new franchisees Dean Kreher and Ted Pierce for three restaurants in St. Louis, Missouri. The first restaurant is planned to open in 2013 and the remainder by 2015.
National Coffee Day is Saturday, September 29, and Dunkin' Donuts has stirred up several exciting ways to celebrate the holiday, including two brand new varieties of coffee, a special value offer to enjoy Dunkin' Donuts coffee at home, and the brand's biggest-ever Twitter sweeps.
Kicking off the National Coffee Day festivities, Dunkin' Donuts unveiled Pumpkin Mocha and Pumpkin White Chocolate coffee and lattes.
National Coffee Day is Saturday, September 29, and according to a new survey commissioned jointly by Dunkin’ Donuts and CareerBuilder, food preparation and service workers are the professions that need coffee the most, followed by scientists and sales representatives.
The survey results also show that coffee plays a major role in helping professionals perk up at work, as 43 percent of those who drink coffee claim they are less productive without a cup of Joe.
Breakfast is on a roll.
Even though most Americans prepare or eat their morning meals at home, an increasing number of them are opting for breakfast on the way to work, particularly at quick-service restaurant locations.
Nearly half of consumers visited a limited-service restaurant for their early meal last year, up from a third in 2009. So it’s no surprise that at least half a dozen quick serves launched breakfast dayparts in the past three years, while many others added new menu items.