Dunkin’, America’s largest coffee and doughnut brand, arrives in Costa Rica in 2024

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By LatAm Reports Editor

In the national territory, it plans to open a large number of points of sale

AR Holdings and Inspire Brands announce the signing of a deal to bring Dunkin’, America’s largest coffee and doughnut brand, to Costa Rica in 2024.

In the national territory, it plans to open a large number of points of sale, which will generate hundreds of new direct jobs.

For more than 65 years, Dunkin’ has been a world leader in the category of coffee and doughnuts with restaurants in nearly 40 global markets.

“This strategic alliance between Dunkin’ and AR Holdings marks a milestone for both companies, as we come together to offer Costa Ricans a unique experience in coffee and doughnuts, with a shared commitment to quality, innovation and exceptional service. We are excited to provide consumers with the taste and warmth that characterizes the brand,” said Antonio Burgos, CEO of AR Holdings.

Dunkin’s menu goes beyond coffee and doughnuts and includes a variety of sweet and salted baked products perfect for many occasions throughout the day.

In Latin America and the Caribbean, the brand currently operates in Aruba, Bahamas, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Ecuador, Guatemala, Honduras, Mexico and Peru, with more than 500 restaurants in total in these countries.

This article has been translated from the original which first appeared in La Republica