Baskin-Robbins ice cream stores in California on Thursday began selling K-Cup packs from sister brand Dunkin’ Donuts in a move the company predicts will tap a West Coast longing for the coffee-and-doughnuts brand. The Dunkin’ Donuts chain has been largely missing in California since 2002, when the chain pulled its final location out of Sacramento. Earlier this year, however, the Canton, Mass.-based chain opened an outlet on the Southern California Marine base Camp Pendleton, ...

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