More isn't always better, and steak and donuts don't need to come from the same place. In this spirit, Dunkin' Donuts is cutting 10% of its menu, according to the Boston Herald. This is an effort to make service faster and more efficient and ease the load of its workers. The Canton-based chain will roll out the new menu in New England on January 7 and launch nationwide in mid-March.
The items cut include smoothies, afternoon sandwiches (turkey, Cheddar, and bacon; ham and Cheddar; tuna and chicken salad), the Big N' Toasted and Angus steak & egg breakfast sandwiches, flatbread items, some muffins and bagel & cream cheese combinations (optional for franchises anyway), plus peach, caramel, and mocha flavor coffee shots. If you're asking yourself who would go to Dunkin' Donuts and order those items, you probably see the chain's point in cutting them.