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Dunkin’ Donuts Introduces New Fruited Iced Teas in New England

Dunkin’ Donuts Introduces New Fruited Iced Teas in New England

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  • New Englanders have a tastefully fruity and refreshing new way to quench their thirst all summer long, as Dunkin' Donuts today introduced its latest beverage innovation, new Fruited Iced Teas. Available exclusively at Dunkin' Donuts restaurants across the six New England states through summer, new Fruited Iced Teas feature the brand's famous freshly-brewed Black or Green Iced Tea and sweetened with fruit juice and real fruit. Dunkin' Donuts' Fruited Iced Teas are served in two delicious varieties, Mango Pineapple and Blackberry, and both are less than 100 calories for any size.
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  • Nicole.Shepard@dunkinbrands.com
According to Jeff Miller, Executive Chef and Vice President of Product Innovation at Dunkin’ Brands, “For guests looking to keep cool and revitalized this summer, our new Fruited Iced Teas are fruity beverages that have the perfect balance of sweetness and refreshment. Our made-to-order Mango Pineapple and Blackberry Fruited Iced Teas, while delicious on their own, also offer a fresh seasonal complement to our all-day snacks and bakery sandwiches to keep people running all summer long.Dunkin’ Donuts Introduces New Fruited Iced Teas in New England. (Credit: Dunkin’ Donuts).

For a convenient beverage choice available any time of day, Dunkin’ Donuts’ Fruited Iced Teas put a fruity and fresh twist on Iced Tea while giving guests the perfect balance of sweetness. All of Dunkin’ Donuts’ delicious freshly-brewed Iced Teas are made-to-order, unsweetened or sweetened. Dunkin’ Donuts’ Iced Green Tea contains 30% tea sourced from Rainforest Alliance Certified farms that are managed according to rigorous environmental, social and economic criteria.

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