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TheDailyMeal: Fast Food Menus: A Look Back

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6) Dunkin’ Donuts

Another key example of a sweet destination gone savory, Dunkin’ Donuts got its start in 1950 in Quincy, Mass., selling — what else? — donuts. Those rings of fried goodness are still a major draw nationwide (for much of the country a trip to Dunkin’ Donuts is still the only option when a craving strikes), and certainly no elementary school birthday party is complete without a box of Munchkins, but those who stop at Dunkin’ on a daily basis tend to do so for the coffee. Another one of its original offerings (founder William Rosenberg bought higher-quality coffee beans than the competition and sold them for a then-pricey $0.10 per cup), coffee options have expanded to include flavored and iced options, as well as the slushy Coolatta. And even though a whole roster of savory items including bagels and breakfast sandwiches now grace the menu, "great tasting coffee continues to be the brand's number one priority," according to this press release. A small cup of black coffee sells today for $1.52.

(Credit: Dunkin' Donuts)
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