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The doughnut chain’s new emphasis on site quality, not sheer unit counts, includes a move away from self-serve and other scaled-down outlets.
Restaurants aim to feed consumers’ often conflicting desires as 2019 begins.
Scott Hudler, a longtime veteran of Dunkin’, is among the new hires.
But doughnuts will remain in the promotional spotlight, along with a new coffee drink and sandwiches.
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Operators are revamping beverages—both with and without alcohol—to spread warmth this season.
John Varughese will now lead overseas development of Dunkin’ Donuts and Baskin-Robbins.
Dunkin Donuts' situation suggests other restaurant chains could also be affected.
But both brands have seen same-store sales slowdowns in recent years, says RB’s The Bottom Line.
Discounts are still a staple, but new come-ons include free rides and tamales.
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