An employee of the fast-food chain is caught chugging a Frosty straight from the tap, adding to a recent string of disgusting fast-food images.
What began as a promotional item will soon be a permanent fixture at Dunkin' Donuts as the fast-food trend toward menu mash-ups continues.
One analyst says the new sandwich was one of the chain's top-selling test items in decades. The company sure is hungry for a hit.
Can it hit $14 billion by 2021? Some analysts think that's doable.
The three-quarter pound serving of fries is called the 'Mega Potato' in Japan. It's also the type of gimmick competitors are using to crush the fast-food giant in the US.
A survey by Subway pokes at its competitor, which has far bigger problems than its image.
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