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Dunkin' Donuts will start selling cold-brew iced coffee nationwide August 1
Photo: Mike Mozart via Flickr

Beginning Monday, Dunkin’ Donuts will begin selling cold-brew coffee at its locations nationwide. The company first introduced the brew in the Metro New York and California markets earlier this summer with the promise that it would be available at participating Dunkin’ Donuts across the country soon after.

“As the country’s leader in cold coffee, we are constantly exploring new options, inspired by market trends and guest and crew feedback, in order to provide our busy, on-the-go guests with even more options any time of day,” Chris Fuqua, Senior Vice President, Dunkin' Donuts Brand Marketing, said in a recent press release.

This popular beverage has become the new favorite way to get a morning caffeine fix, and more and more companies are jumping on the cold-brew bandwagon, like Peet’s Coffee. Starbucks also recently introduced Cold Brew Coffee Pitcher Packs, which allow customers to make cold brew at home, and launched its own cold-brew coffee drinks in stores last year.

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