Dunkin’ Donuts, known for its smooth, lighter-roast coffee, is adding a dark roast to its offerings. Parent company Dunkin’ Brands Group Inc. called the introduction its most “dramatic” new coffee in a decade. The Canton, Mass.-based operator, whose stronghold is in the Northeast, where lighter-roast coffee is generally preferred, has introduced the brew in two new California locations, Modesto and Santa Monica, following the introduction in August of packaged ...

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