Dunkin' Donuts' expansion in India continues

by Meat&Poultry Staff
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CANTON, Mass. – Dunkin' Donuts, a leading global baked goods, sandwich and coffee chain, continues rapidly expanding throughout India with its master franchisee, Jubilant FoodWorks.  It's on track to meet its development target of 500 Dunkin' Donuts restaurants over the long-term.

Thirty-six Dunkin' Donuts restaurants have opened in 12 cities throughout India since signing its master franchise agreement with Jubilant FoodWorks in 2011. Its newest location opened Sept. 11 in the South Indian city of Bangalore. As a result, Dunkin' Donuts now has a presence in three of India's most significant urban markets – Delhi, Mumbai and Bangalore.

Dunkin' Donuts restaurants in India serve the brand's wide range of high-quality sandwiches, beverages,  and baked goods, The brand also serves regional products that cater to local tastes, including the Wicked Wrap, which features marinated spicy chicken tenders and nachos wrapped in a multigrain tortilla.

"After receiving a great reception from our guests in cities including New Delhi and Mumbai, we're excited to begin our journey south with our new restaurant in Bangalore," said Ajay Kaul, CEO of Jubilant FoodWorks Ltd. "Bangalore is the perfect city for Dunkin' Donuts' wide range of high-quality beverage and food options. We look forward to opening additional Dunkin' Donuts restaurants across India in the months and years ahead."

Dunkin' Donuts operates approximately 11,000 restaurants in 33 countries worldwide. Based in Canton, Mass., it is part of the Dunkin' Brands Group Inc.

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