Dunkin' Donuts are UK bound
Dunkin' Donuts are going to have another stab at the UK market, saying that they will be opening 150 new outlets over the next five years. Presumably, they think the timing is better now that Krispy Kreme is doing so well on these shores.
Dunkin' Donuts last tried to win Britons over in the '90s, but things didn't work out as planned.
Initially, 50 restaurants will open in London over the next five years, before rolling out around the rest of the UK.
They already have more than 10,500 restaurants in 31 countries and, not only that, the company's sister brand - Baskin-Robbins ice cream - already has 100 outlets in the UK.
If America is sending all their food chains over her, can we please have a Wendy's and a Waffle House and we'll send Greggs on an exchange?