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Dunkin’ Donuts franchises settle ‘butter’ lawsuit with Massachusetts man

April 3, 2017 by


A Dunkin’ Donuts customer has settled his lawsuits with a few franchise owners over their use of butter substitutes in place of actual butter. Jan Polanik, who lives near Worcester, Mass., brought the suits against the Dunkin’ Donuts owners after he learned they were serving him a “margarine or butter substitute” on his bagels — […]

About 8,300 units of Dunkin’ Donuts Tumblers Recalled

January 11, 2017 by


The Consumer Product Safety Commission has posted the following recall. About 8,300, 16 ounce glass tumblers for hot and cold beverages, sold in three styles have been recalled. They are approximately 8 inches tall and approximately 3 inches in diameter. The first style has “BUT FIRST, DUNKIN” written in white font on the inside layer […]

Dunkin Donuts in Boston, MA closed by BOH – No hot water

February 4, 2015 by


The following restaurant was closed by the Boston MA Board of Health for Critical Foodborne Illness Violations. DUNKIN DONUT 326 CONGRESS ST BOSTON MA. 02210 Inspection Date: 2/3/2015 *** Violation Hot and Cold Water Comments: Hot water at hand sink in kitchen…………..65 degrees F Hot water at hand sink at service area……60 degrees F Hot […]

Dunkin’ now has almond milk – Yee haa!!

September 8, 2014 by


Almond Milk is Now at Dunkin’! By Nicole Shepard, Public Relations and Social Media Specialist Through our new partnership with the country’s leading almond company – Blue Diamond – select Dunkin’ Donuts restaurants nationwide will now offer sweetened, vanilla flavored Almond Breeze Almondmilk as an option in hot or iced coffee and lattes. Why almond […]

Coffee Prices on the Rise

June 11, 2014 by


HuffPost Business reports that Dunkin Donuts is increasing coffee prices in response to rising bean costs caused by abnormally wet weather in Central America and droughts in Brazil. [Editorial comment: don’t you love the irony.] According to National Geographic, “a fungus that’s commonly known as rust has killed so many coffee trees in Central America […]