Getting a caffeine boost is about to get a whole lot easier. Dunkin' Donuts is officially diving into the delivery business, Delish reports. The new service will be part of the coffee and donut company's mobile app update next year and will also allow customers to order food and drinks for convenient curbside and in-store pickup, in addition to home delivery.
In June, the brand's CEO Nigel Travis confirmed that Dunkin' was already privately testing the mobile ordering features, which will initially be available only to DD Perks members in an unnamed test market. After a round of testing is completed, the new services will become accessible to DD Perks members across the country.
In other Dunkin' news, the Massachusetts-based chain's menu is starting to look a lot like Starbucks. According to the Boston Globe, Dunkin' is introducing macchiatos on all of its menus between now and September 28. The new beverage option will come in hot and iced versions with a choice of flavor including the unnecessarily ubiquitous pumpkin spice.
Dunkin' is the latest chain to explore adding delivery options. In March, Starbucks announced that it was partnering with delivery company Postmates to launch the service this year. Similarly, McDonald's began testing a partnership with the app-based service in New York City last May.
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