Dunkin’ Donuts says its sales might disappoint

Dunkin’ Donuts says its sales might disappoint

Chain struggles to hit targets amid poor consumer spending, breakfast competition

Dunkin’ Donuts reported Thursday a "disappointing" same-store sales outlook for the year amid still-sluggish consumer spending and mounting competition at breakfast.
The Canton, Mass.-based chain reported a 2-percent increase in same-store sales during the third quarter ending Sept. 27. Executives suggested that Dunkin’ will struggle to meet its same-store sales targets of 2 percent to 4 percent for the full year.

Parent company Dunkin’ Brands Group Inc. reported r

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