Snacks & Candy

Baskin-Robbins Partners With Dunkin' on New Ice-Cream Flavors

Three varieties are all made with 100% Arabica beans

CANTON, Mass. -- Ice-cream quick-service restaurant Baskin-Robbins has revealed three new packaged ice-cream offerings inspired by its sister company Dunkin’ Donuts’ coffee. The new treats will arrive in 14-ounce containers at convenience stores and grocery outlets later this spring.

The new flavors are traditional Dunkin’ Donuts Coffee, Dunkin’ Donuts French Vanilla Coffee and Dunkin’ Donuts Coffee Chocolate Chip, all of which are made with 100% Arabica coffee beans. These selections encapsulate the ice-cream brand’s partnership with Dunkin' Donuts, as well as its distributor, Lafayette, Calif.-based Boardwalk Frozen Treats, the company said.

This collaboration continues Baskin-Robbins’ flurry of 2018 spring promotions. In March, the ice-cream chain provided free samples of its Mint Chip 'n Oreo Cookies Milkshake on St. Patrick’s Day. The company also promoted its March Flavor of the Month, Oreo 'n Caramel, and launched its customizable Bunny Stripe Cake for Easter. And on March 31, Baskin-Robbins held a "Celebrate 31" special, during which it sold all regular and kids-sized ice cream scoops for $1.50.

Canton, Mass.-based Baskin-Robbins creates hard-scoop ice creams, beverages and desserts, including ice-cream cakes, the Polar Pizza Ice Cream Treat and take-home ice-cream quarts and pints. Founded in 1945, the company has nearly 8,000 retail shops across 52 countries worldwide and is owned by Dunkin' Brands Group Inc.

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