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Dunkin Donuts Factory Shut Down Due to Expire Products in Karachi

In order to use expired goods, Sind Food Authority (SFA) sealed a donut plant in Karachi. It was founded under the name ‘ Dunkin Donuts’ (the famous American company for coffee and donuts) in the Karachi industrial zone.

An SFA team raided the factory on Monday on a tip-off and found that expired products were being used in the making of doughnuts. The team temporarily sealed the factory and fined its management an amount of Rs. 250,000.


A Fake Dunkin Donuts?

The news caused an uproar on social media which led to another twist of events. It turned out that the Dunkin Donuts franchise in Karachi had nothing to do with franchises in Islamabad and Lahore.

After the backlash, Dunkin Donuts issued a statement on Facebook, revealing that the Karachi franchisee is an independent entity and had no connection to their Islamabad and Lahore outlets which are officially recognized.

This statement has raised many eyebrows as people are now asking if the Karachi branch was actually an impersonator.

However, it was later clarified that the Karachi franchise owner had a direct license with DD USA, while the remaining franchises in Peshawar, Lahore, and Islamabad were being run by a different company with a separate contract.

This statement has raised many eyebrows as people are now asking if the Karachi branch was actually an impersonator.

However, it was later clarified that the Karachi franchise owner had a direct license with DD USA, while the remaining franchises in Peshawar, Lahore, and Islamabad were being run by a different company with a separate contract.

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