DUNKIN DONUTS IS THINKING TO ADD VEGAN MEAT TO ITS MENU
Dunkin Donuts is thinking about adding vegan meat to its menu.
The donut chain’s CEO David Hoffman addressed CNBC about ongoing updates, for example, including coffee and fusing computerized development, and talked about the organization’s feasible arrangements.
“We’re going to look at plant-based proteins, as well, going forward,” Hoffman stated, subsequent to praising vegan brand Beyond Meat on its very effective first day of exchanging on NASDAQ.
“We’re all headed to a ‘better for you platform.”
This year, a few inexpensive food chains have refreshed their menus with plant-based meat choices, including A&W Canada; Carl’s Jr; and Burger King which intends to grow its vegan burger Impossible Whopper to in excess of 7,000 prime locations before the year’s over.