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Dunkin’ testing salads, other health foods from trendy startup at select locations
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The quick-service chain is now testing salads, grain bowls and other healthy breakfast options at select locations in Chicago and New Jersey, a spokesperson for the brand has confirmed.
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These pre-packaged items will be provided by Farmer’s Fridge, a Chicago-based startup company under Romaine Empire, Inc.
“Dunkin’ is committed to delivering a wide variety of delicious, convenient menu choices to help keep our guests running all day long, including options that make it easier to eat on-the-go,” Dunkin’ Brands said in its statement to FOX Business. “The test is designed to gather valuable feedback from consumers, franchisees, and their employees to help inform future decisions.”
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So far, the Farmer’s Fridge menu items are available at six restaurants – three in Chicago and three in different New Jersey markets.