BELLINGHAM Mass. A group representing Dunkin’ Donuts franchisees in New England and New York is objecting to business deals made last year by franchisor Dunkin' Brands Inc. to sell the chain's coffee products in retail and on-site locations. The Bellingham-based DD Independent Franchise Owners, which includes franchisees in 12 states, said in a statement Thursday that deals with Hess Corp., Sara Lee Foods and Procter & Gamble would ultimately devalue the brand and hurt business for ...
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