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Dunkin_Starbucks.jpg Michael Browne
Restaurant coffee brands Dunkin’ Donuts and Starbucks hold their own against traditional coffee brands in grocery stores, according to retailers.

Restaurant brands find home in center store aisles

While restaurants and supermarkets fight it out in the prepared food segment, they have forged an alliance in center store

When it comes to restaurants and supermarkets, there’s a growing competition for customers. Both channels have ramped up their grab-and-go, pickup and delivery options, and supermarkets continue to work their way into prepared food in a number of ways – including developing and launching their own restaurants in-store. The competition is fierce for that share of the dining dollar.

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