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Dunkin' Donuts


With sales increasing and dining rooms reopening, chains push hiring

McDonald’s, Subway, Dunkin’ and Panda Express have all said they’re adding thousands of workers as operators take advantage of high unemployment.


Dunkin’ franchisees plan to hire 25,000 workers

The chain is launching a national employee recruitment advertising campaign as it looks to bolster staff.

The coffee pwoerhouse said same-store sales are up around lunchtime, but 650 of the chain’s stores are still closed.

Federal assistance, cost cuts, tax changes and other efforts are intended to help operators’ cash flow.

Dunkin' dropped "Donuts" from its name and repositioned as a beverage-first concept, and it seems to have paid off, said Kevin Schimpf of Technomic.

The company is extending royalty and ad fund payments to help operators conserve cash.

Consumers are seeking more protein in the morning.

Yum Brands, Starbucks, McDonald’s and others have had to close stores in a country many see as a major source of growth.

The Florida-based operator also named former Dunkin’ executive George McAllan to oversee the locations.

Diners crave both healthier fare and comfort foods in winter.

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