Here’s the list of items Dunkin’ Donuts is dropping from its menu

The simplified menu begins rolling out Monday.

Customers line up at Dunkin' Donuts inside Back Bay station in Boston.

Regulars at Dunkin’ Donuts may begin noticing parts of the menu disappear this week.

The Canton-based company began testing a “simplified menu” in a number of markets last summer, eventually expanding the pared-down offerings to roughly 11 percent of their stores.

Now, beginning this Monday in New England and upstate New York, the reduced menu will be rolled out nationwide. The company expects all stores will feature the new menu by the end of March. Here’s a look at what items are being removed from the menu:

  • Turkey Cheddar Bacon Sandwich
  • Ham & Cheddar Sandwich
  • Tuna Salad Sandwich
  • Chicken Salad Sandwich
  • Big N’ Toasted Breakfast Sandwich
  • Angus Steak & Egg Breakfast Sandwich
  • Strawberry Banana and Tropical Mango Smoothies
  • Peach, Caramel, and Mocha flavor shots (unsweetened shots, as opposed to Dunkin’s iconic favor swirls)
  • Some optional muffin, bagel and cream cheese selections (a list leaked last summer shed light on which specific varieties could be eliminated)
  • Flatbread
Dunkin’ Donuts says that the reduced menu will result in “faster, more accurate service and a more consistent consumer experience from store to store,” as the company continues its larger branding transition to highlight its coffee and drink offerings.
Despite talk that the company is considering reducing its doughnut offerings, Dunkin’ Donuts says its “vast lineup of coffee beverages, donuts and breakfast sandwiches are staying on the menu.” Except of course for the aforementioned “Big N’ Toasted” and steak breakfast sandwiches.