CANTON Mass. Dunkin’ Donuts said Wednesday it has temporarily stopped serving its hot chocolate and Dunkaccino beverages after an inspection at one of its suppliers’ facilities found that the plant may have been contaminated with salmonella.Dunkin' officials said the supplier, Plainview Milk Products Cooperative of Plainview, Minn., had assured the chain that the products it manufactures for Dunkin, instant nonfat dried milk and whey protein, were not contaminated. “We were given assurances ...
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