Dunkin Donuts Plans UK Return after 20 Years
Dunkin Donuts, Coffee and Baked goods chain, is going to roll out stores across the UK. Dunkin Donuts, which was pulled out of Britain in mid-nineties, plans to open 200 stores nationwide in the next five years, especially in London.
This firm was deserted two decades ago. It will now be flourishing with a wide variety of goods such as bagels, sandwiches, Danish pastries and muffins. The brand assures that their products will win the hearts of British consumers.
Krispy Kreme is another US brand, which is rising to heights in the international market. It has opened its branch in Edinburgh and is amongst the toughest US rivals of Dunkin Donuts.
Dunkin Donuts presently has more than 10,500 restaurants in 31 countries around the world. Nigel Travis, British Chief Executive of the company, said they feel proud to be part of Dunkin Donuts. They feel glad in returning back to UK after a long time of 20 years.
"We feel there is significant opportunity for Dunkin' Donuts in the UK, and we have had a tremendous response from potential franchisees interested in developing the brand across the country", said Giorgio Minardi, President of Dunkin' Brands International and Baskin Robbins, Ice-Cream Brand.
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