Dunkin' Donuts 50th UAE store opened
DUBAI - Shaikh Mohammed Saud Sultan Al Qasimi, Chairman of the Government of Sharjah Finance Department and Proprietor of Continental Foods Est., owners of the Dunkin' Donuts Franchise in the UAE, has inaugurated their fiftieth store in the UAE at Uptown Mirdiff, Dubai.
Dunkin'Donuts is the world's largest coffee and baked goods chain, serving more than 3 million customers per day. The company which started its UAE operations in 1997 has produced 60 million donuts and served 10 million cups of coffee in the country since then.
Commenting on the company's new outlet in Uptown Mirdiff, by Michael Cortelletti, International Director, Europe & Middle East, Dunkin' Brands Inc., said, "UAE is an important market for the brand within the Middle East & Europe with ground-breaking innovation, like the opening of the first drive-through." "The highest concentration of Dunkin' Donuts stores has been achieved so far in the UAE," he added.
A recent customer survey showed that nearly half (47 per cent) its clientele in the UAE comprised UAE nationals and Arab expatriates while Asians accounted for around 23 per cent of its customer base.
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