You'll soon see a new simplified menu at your local Dunkin’ Donuts.
The Canton, Massachusetts-based chain wants to provide faster, more accurate service for customers while also making things easier for its workers, according to the Boston Herald.
The new menu, which the company began testing last February, will be unveiled Monday in New England and at all locations in the United States by mid-March.
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The Herald reports that the 10 percent reduction of the menu includes the elimination of smoothies, some afternoon sandwiches, flatbread items, some muffins and bagel and cream cheese combinations, and peach, caramel and mocha flavor coffee shots.
In addition, Dunkin' said it has removed all artificial dyes from its doughnuts in the U.S.
"This is all part of a larger initiative to offer our guests simpler ingredients and cleaner menu labels," read a statement from Rick Golden, a Dunkin' spokesman.
Golden said all artificial dyes on the menu, including those found in donut icings, fillings and toppings, as well as ones in frozen beverages, will be removed by the end of 2018.