Dunkin’ Donuts will launch a line of ready-to-drink coffee in 2017

Dunkin Donuts, the Canton-based national coffee chain, has a new seasonal flavor: white chocolate raspberry swirl.
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Starting early next year, Dunkin’ Donuts fans across the country will be able to pick up bottled iced coffee from the brand at grocery and convenience stores, mass merchandisers, and Dunkin’ locations.

The company announced Thursday — National Coffee Day — that a line of ready-to-drink coffee beverages will be launched in early 2017.

The Coca-Cola Company will manufacture, distribute, and sell the Dunkin’ branded beverages, to according to the release.

“This new product introduction will increase consumption of Dunkin’ Donuts coffee and increase our brand relevance with existing and new consumers, including many younger customers, which we believe will in turn, drive incremental visits to our restaurants,” Dunkin’ Brands Chairman and CEO Nigel Travis said in a statement.


The Canton-based company said ready-to-drink coffee will be made to Dunkin’ specifications in a variety of flavors.

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