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Here’s what Dunkin’ Donuts dropped from its menu

If your go-to lunch was a Dunkin’ Donuts sandwich with a smoothie, your Monday is about to get that much worse.

Canton-based Dunkin’ Brands is cutting about 10 percent of its menu starting on Monday, with a focus on eliminating “slower-moving products like afternoon sandwiches, some muffin, bagel and cream cheese varieties, Smoothies, and flatbread,” according to a statement from the company.

Dunkin’ has been testing the reduced menu since last year, as it sought to find ways to provide “faster, more accurate service and a more consistent consumer experience from store to store.”


Here’s what the company says is being taken off the menu, starting Monday in New England and upstate New York, and nationally later this year.

 Turkey cheddar bacon sandwich

 Ham and cheddar sandwich

 Tuna salad sandwich

 Chicken salad sandwich


 Big n’ toasted breakfast sandwich

 Angus steak and egg breakfast sandwich

 Strawberry banana and tropical mango smoothies

 Peach, caramel, and mocha flavor shots

 Flatbread items


 Some optional muffin, bagel, and cream cheese selections

The menu reduction is the latest in a series of changes Dunkin’ has been making. Last week, the company announced that it had removed all artificial dyes from its donuts, and last fall, it began testing new branding that drops the word “Donuts” from its logos.

There are more than 1,100 Dunkin’ Donuts shops in Massachusetts and more than 8,900 locations nationwide.

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Janelle Nanos of the Globe staff contributed to this report.