Published On: Wed, Jan 7th, 2015

Dunkin Donuts Set To Open Restaurants In Mexico

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American franchise Dunkin Donuts is set to begin development of the restaurant chain in Mexico.
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Donkin´ Donuts

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According to the company they are planning on opening more than 100 Dunkin Donut restaurants in the Mexico DF, Hidalgo, Yucatan, Quintana Roo, Morelos, Jalisco and Queretero in the next few years, with the Restaurant Management Company Sizzling Platter.

The President of Dunkin Donuts in the United States and Canada, Paul Twohig, stated that the entrance into the country is due to the significate demand in which the restaurant franchise has to offer, in both great prices and high quality food and beverages.

“We are very happy to be entering into Mexico with the experience of Sizzling Platter which is one of the leaders in the industry in fast food.” He said

Dunkin Donuts

Dunkin Donuts

At the same time the Vice President of franchise development, Mitch Lowe, revealed that they are completely passionate about the proposal to provide the unique value of this chain and they feel that they will be very well received in Mexico.

According to Dunkin Donuts they are still in process of recruiting the multiunit franchises that are qualified to develop the brand in other markets throughout the Mexican Republic.

 At this time the restaurant chain has more than eleven thousand restaurants in thirty three countries all over the world including Aruba, Bahamas, Canada, Guatemala, Honduras, and Panama. The United States has almost eight thousand establishments.

Dunkin Donuts sells more than 800 million cups of hot coffee and ice cream, and more than 2,500,000 donuts in their restaurants around the world.

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