Dunkin’ Donuts opens kosher restaurant in Dania

 
 
Dunkin’ Donuts has opened a kosher restaurant in Dania
Dunkin’ Donuts has opened a kosher restaurant in Dania

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Dunkin' Donuts has opened its second kosher restaurant in South Florida, at 3951 Stirling Rd. in Dania.

To receive kosher status, the Dunkin’ Donuts restaurant altered its menu to adhere to the dietary needs of its kosher guests by refraining from selling non-kosher products, such as ham, bacon or sausage made from pork. It also adhered to special kitchen equipment and storage requirements. The Dania location will offer vegetarian sausage and bacon as an option for its breakfast sandwiches, Dunkin’ Donuts said.

The new restaurant is open from 5 a.m. to 10 p.m., seven days a week. The franchise is owned by Broward Donuts, which operates 21 Dunkin’ Donuts restaurants.

Nationwide, nearly 50 Dunkin’ Donuts franchise have responded to community needs by obtaining kosher certification for their restaurants, the company said. The first kosher Dunkin’ Donuts in South Florida is in North Miami Beach.

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