Dunkin’ Donuts announced today that they have officially begun preparations to bring the popular American coffee and doughnut chain to Iceland, mbl.is reports.
“As we continue to expand the Dunkin’ Donuts chain through Europe we are pleased to announce our arrival in Iceland,” says Dunkin’ Donuts’ CEO, Paul Twohig. The chain currently operates in 170 European locations. World wide, they operate in 36 countries with about 11,300 employees.
The franchise agreement was signed with Drangasker ehf., a subsidiary of 10-11 and allows for 16 Dunkin’ Donuts to be opened across the country in the next five years.
“We are really excited to be able to offer Icelanders Dunkin’ Donuts’ wide product range, the restaurants and products are popular around the world,” says 10-11 CEO, Árni Pétur Jónsson.
American donut church, Dunkin’ Donuts is currently in negotiations with a company about the possibility of opening a franchise in Iceland, reports Vísir.