Dunkin' Brands  (DNKN) wants to deliver you a donut, even if it wants to change its name.

Just like McDonald's (MCD) , Dunkin' is expanding its delivery program as a means to pump up sales. And you thought Domino's Pizza (DPZ) and Papa John's (PZZA) were the only fast-food delivery games in town. 

Here is what TheStreet learned in an interview with Dunkin' Brands CEO Nigel Travis recently. 

"We launched delivery in mid-2016. We're expanding it; we're door dashing out of the Miami market. We now have it in about 750 Dunkin' stores. I believe that the food delivery trend is just starting, I think. I've talked to people overseas, and delivery is bigger than it is in the U.S. One thing we talked about in the call is integrating catering. Down the road, we've got plans I'm not going to reveal today to make delivery more integrated. Baskin-Robbins has just launched delivery, and that's going into more than 600 stores in 22 cities.

Then, internationally, we're absolutely delighted with what's happened with delivery. Firstly, in the Middle East, it's up significantly. I think it's up like 33%, and we feel delivery is clearly the mode of the future. It's a global trend. We're testing Dunkin' delivery in 11 markets, which right now are Bahrain, Korea, Thailand, China, UAE, Netherlands, Peru, Philippines, Vietnam and the U.K. Baskin is already in 11 markets altogether, and we have fantastic results coming out of Saudi Arabia and Kuwait."

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