What kind of cream does Dunkin’ Donuts use in its coffee?

What kind of cream does Dunkin’ Donuts use in its coffee?

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  1. Dunkin’ Donuts Coffee Creamer: INGREDIENTS: Skim Milk, Sugar, Cream, Contains 2% or Less of Each of the Following: Natural and Artificial Flavors, Dipotassium Phosphate, Potassium Citrate, Carrageenan.

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  2. Well maybe ask Dunkin’ Donuts this question lol would like to know myself but could be whipped cream or packet cream that’s what I use for my coffee .

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  3. Well I work at one near Tampa, Florida and we use Borden Light Cream, Borden Whole Milk, and Borden Skim Milk.
    I get asked that a lot though. Apparently you can’t just go to the store and buy it in this area so people will come in and pay nearly $7 for one half gallon of cream.
    Crazy.

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  4. I think you can get good ole half&half in the stores, but the Dunkin Creamer they sell in supermarkets is lowfat milk and bizarre flavors.

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  5. Being from multiple dunkins, it depends on the store. And no we dont use dunkins cream.
    At my oldest store in MA we used half gallon cartons for milk cream and skim, at my current store in NY we use a different brand, and in plastic milk jugs, and lately with my boss struggling to order the correct amount of supplies each week we’ve just been getting milk and cream from whatever store will allow us to buy 10+ gallons at once.
    Edit: also, if this wasnt obvious… we dont have flavoured creamers. All of our flavors are their own separate syrup or shot that you can add to any drink, on top of what milk you want in it.

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  6. It’s a stupid question that you should be able to find out yourself by simply asking an employee there. Please ask me something more substantial. Like what is the moon made of, Green cheese or blue?

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