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Dunkin’ Donuts changes name, pushes ahead with revamped store design

Dunkin’ Donuts changes name, pushes ahead with revamped store design

Dunkin’ Donuts is to be renamed ‘Dunkin’ from January 2019, the company’s CEO has revealed. Although it will continue to sell the donuts that have made it famous across the world, the updated branding is regarded as a significant step in the chain’s transformation to a “beverage-led, on-the-go brand” and will be visible on all

EXCLUSIVE: Compass details kitchen thinking behind first public-facing Caffe Dallucci site

Caffe Dallucci is the innovative cafe brand from Compass Group and it has just opened its first public-facing site at Solent Business Park in Fareham. Extensive detail has gone into getting the flow of service exactly right and matching the back-of-house catering and beverage equipment to the offering. FEJ travelled down to Hampshire to meet

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Kellogg’s crunches into foodservice market with permanent cereal café

The emergence of ‘cereal cafes’ has been a trend in cities such as London during recent years, but food manufacturer Kellogg’s is aiming to trump everything that has gone before it with a cafe that takes the concept to a whole new level.  The Cornflakes and Frosties giant has revealed that it will bolster its business portfolio by opening a cereal

No Brexit hangover for Le Pain Quotidien as UK sales hit £38m

Cafe and bakery chain Le Pain Quotidien increased its UK turnover 11% by to £38.2m last year, it annual accounts show. The company opened three stores in 2016, taking its estate to 28 units. Pre-tax profits fell from £987,000 to £907,000. “This year increasing sales and maintaining margin has been the primary focus,” the directors

Rapid coffee shop market expansion could see sector grind to a halt

The blistering level at which coffee outlets are growing could mean an end to the ‘coffee shop revolution’ if a new generation of baristas is not recruited.   That’s according to a new report which has warned that whilst there are 150,000 baristas working in the UK, a further 40,000 will be needed in the

D&D London to open second Bluebird site at former BBC television centre

D&D London has announced that it has concluded agreements with Stanhope to open a Bluebird Café this winter at Television Centre, the former home of the BBC in White City, West London. Bluebird has been an important restaurant, café and retail venue on the Kings Road in the heart of Chelsea for 20 years. Originally

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