Things you didn't know about Dunkin' Donuts

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Published October 29, 2013

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Things you didn't know about Dunkin' Donuts

Things you didn't know about Dunkin' Donuts

Dunkin' Donuts has been around since 1950 but we recently discovered a few surprising things about this beloved coffee chain.

Back in the day...

You used to be able to buy your Dunkin' coffee for only 10 cents a cup!

Add some bacon

Dunkin' has a glazed doughnut breakfast sandwich and you can add bacon to it for an extra flavor kick.

Get creative with thousands of flavors

Dunkin' Donuts reported that there are over 15,000 different ways to order their coffee. With so many syrups, Turbo shots, and sweeteners, we aren't surprised!

It's all in the beans

On average, 2,000 coffee beans go into making 1 pound of Dunkin' Donuts coffee.

International doughnut flavors

MSN Money reported that there is a doughnut for every country where Dunkin' Donuts is represented. It's reported that the international stores make custom doughnuts to reflect the taste of the locale in which the Dunkin' is located. "In China, Dunkin' Brands serves the "Pork Floss" doughnut, which is glazed and rolled in shredded dried pork."

Expert quality control

There are Dunkin' Donuts coffee experts that taste an average of 200 cups of coffee a day to ensure that they're delivering the best possible coffee to consumers.

For more surprising facts about Dunkin' Donuts, check out the full story.

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