Dunkin' Donuts doing away with select doughnut varieties
Dunkin’ Donuts is still making changes to its menu in many locations.
Now, they're set to say goodbye to a variety of doughnuts.
While it’s unclear which flavors are getting the axe, NBC 10 News was told the move is to improve quality.
In recent years, there’s been a rise in gourmet donut shops that focus on quality ingredients and unique flavors -- and Dunkin’ has taken notice.
The company noted that new options like "Maple Bacon" have sold well and they want to build on that.
Some stores will still carry a larger selection of 24 doughnut varieties, but they will still lose at least six flavors.
The changes will take place by the end of October.
Some of the items that were removed included all afternoon sandwiches; honey bran raisin and reduced-fat blueberry muffins; seven varieties of bagels; all bagel twists; danishes, as well as cookies and brownies.
Dunkin' said it will use feedback from customers, franchisees and employees to help guide future menu decisions.