Dunkin Donuts Font

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What font is used in the Dunkin Donuts logo?

“Frankfurter Std Normal” is the font used in the Dunkin Donuts logo. This font is designed by Bob Newman, Alan Meeks, Nick Belshaw and published by ITC. This font can be purchased from the following link.

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The first design for the Dunkin Donuts logo comes from two ‘Dunkin’ & ‘Donuts’ words that are written in a gentle upward and a smooth slope similar to a round donut or liquid drink, and different colors including was considered. In 1980, pink was chosen. From 2002 to 2006, it was decided to use a simple logo that depicts a glass of hot beverage next to the Dunkin Donuts logo, and so did that. In the fancy, childish and geometric works of the circular and curved shapes, the font of this brand is a good choice.

About Dunkin Donuts

Duncan Donuts is an American doughnut and pastry company founded in 1950 by a man named William Rosenberg.

Dunkin Donuts’ story began in 1948 with a donut and coffee restaurant in Queens, Massachusetts called “Open Kettle.” William Rosenberg served donuts for 5 cents and 10 cents for each cup of coffee. After a brainstorming meeting with its managers, Rosenberg renamed his restaurant “Dunkin Donuts” in 1950. His goal was to serve the freshest, most delicious coffee and donuts in the fastest and most respected way in modern, well-organized stores.

Since its inception, the company has grown to become one of the leading coffee makers in the country and has established branches with more than 12,000 restaurants in 36 countries.

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