Dunkin’ Donuts, so much more than you expect…

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When most people hear Dunkin’ Donuts, they probably think of their morning coffee and of course, the delicious frosted donuts for which they are renowned. However, here in the Cayman Islands the Dunkin’ Donuts franchise offers a complete range of tasty and fresh food choices that can keep you running whatever the time of day!

Did you know that for breakfast they offer delicious new Wake Up Wraps, which are tortilla’s filled with any combination of egg white with veggie, egg white with turkey sausage, egg and cheese, ham, sausage or bacon.  Or the latest seasonal Pancake Sausage bites, certain to satisfy those sausage or pancake cravings and available in either a 3 or 6 piece portion size.

Given that we are in January … read diet season, Dunkin’ Donuts has developed a range of menu options that are reduced in calories, fat, saturated fat, sugar or sodium by 25% when compared to regular menu items, but high in taste for those looking for the healthiest options. The range is called DDSMART and all four stores across the island offer it. Check our the warm Oatmeal or whole wheat bagels with reduced fat cream cheese for breakfast , crisp Mediterranean, Garden or Caesar salads with or without chicken for lunch plus a lower in calorie range of hot and cold beverages.

With the holiday season now a distant memory, wouldn’t you want something that gives you gifts all year long? The Dunkin’ Donuts Reward Card earns you points every time you use the card. The generous points soon accumulate enabling you to claim free stuff, such as oven-toasted sandwiches, coffee or anything you choose from the menu. The card is free, you just need to add credit in the same way that you would for a pre-paid phone card and then start using it.  Register the card, and you will be eligible for the special DD Reward Card promotions that will happen throughout the year.

So, with all this that Dunkin’ Donuts offers, maybe it’s time to check out your nearest store!

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