CANTON Mass. Dunkin’ Donuts said it has entered into two agreements to offer its products in non-traditional locations. Under a pact with New York-based Hess Corp., self-service kiosks featuring Dunkin’ Donuts-brand coffee and doughnuts will be rolled out starting next month to Hess’ namesake gasoline stations. The self-service stands also will sell hot chocolate, Dunkin’ said.Neither partner said how many of the outlets may be opened in Hess’ facilities, but Dunkin’ noted that most ...
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