As traditional daypart borders keep blurring for quick-service chains seeking daylong traffic gains, hundreds of Dunkin’ Donuts operators are complaining that the franchisor’s intent to sell pizzas, deli sandwiches and other novelties could dilute their brand’s identity and prove unworthy of capital commitments. But with Starbucks Coffee extending all-day food offerings, Taco Bell and Wendy’s both poised to sell breakfast, and McDonald’s considering rollouts of espresso-based ...

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