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These are the items Dunkin’ Donuts is ditching from some local menus

Dunkin’ Donuts customers in parts of New England can soon say farewell to certain types of muffins.
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Dunkin’ Donuts customers in parts of New England can soon say farewell to certain types of muffins.

If you start your morning with a danish and a caramel coffee from Dunkin’ Donuts, you might soon have to go elsewhere to get your daily fix.

Starting next month, Dunkin’ Donuts is culling its menu in a number of its markets, including some locations in New England like Bristol County and Providence, R.I. The move is part of a company push to streamline the menu and speed up operations, a spokeswoman said, adding that research shows customers think the current menu is “too complex and confusing.”

So, what are the items being ditched? The spokeswoman confirmed that a photo of a list shared widely on Facebook is accurate for all locations in the Providence market.

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That means the following items will soon be gone there:

Sandwich products:

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Turkey

Chicken

Tuna salad

Chicken salad

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Steak

Biscuits

White cheddar cheese

Flatbread

Ciabatta

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Texas toast

All sauces

Muffins:

Honey bran raisin

Reduced-fat blueberry

Bagels:

Garlic

Blueberry

Onion

Salt

Whole wheat

Poppyseed

Sour cream and onion

All bagel twists

Cream cheese:

Reduced-fat plain

Chive and onion

Bakery items:

Danishes

Cookies

Brownies

Beverages:

Caramel flavor shots

Peach smoothies