July 27, 2012

Dunkin’ Donuts to expand retail presence in Latin America

American coffee and baked goods retailer Dunkin' Donuts has signed deals with three of its existing Latin American partners to open over 125 new outlets over the next ten years.

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American coffee and baked goods retailer Dunkin’ Donuts has signed deals with three of its existing Latin American partners to open over 125 new outlets over the next ten years.

Dunkin’s local partners in the region, Fagase, Donucol and Nutra, will open new restaurants in Chile, Colombia and Peru, respectively.

As a result there are expected to be38 new Dunkin’ Donuts outlets restaurants in Chile, 70 in Colombia and 25 in Peru.

All of the new outlets will serve the brand’s signature coffee and baked goods, including Dunkin’ Donuts Original Blend Coffee, wide range of donuts, breakfast and bakery sandwiches, besides other beverages including Coolatta frozen drinks and freshly brewed Iced Tea.

The restaurants will also offer menu items developed for local palates such as Manjar or Arequipe Donuts in all three countries and the Iced Chicha Fruit Coolatta in Peru, which is made with Peruvian purple corn.

The retailer, currently, has over 300 outlets across Latin America, including more than 200 locations in Chile, Colombia and Peru, as well as locations in Ecuador, Honduras and Panama.

Dukin entered Guatemala market in May 2012 collaborating with Grupo Intur and unveiling a new store in Miraflores.