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Dunkin Donuts celebrates ahead of International Coffee Day

You'll be forgiven for having an extra cup (or 2 or 3) of caffeine this weekend as Saturday October 1 is International Coffee Day.

Capetalk's employees received a pleasant surprise from Dunkin Donuts who delivering free coffee and donuts in celebration of International Coffee Day.

CapeTalk's Kieno Kammies spoke to Davin Berrill, CEO for Dunkin Donuts South Africa ahead of the launch in Cape Town towards the end of October.

We coming to join part of what's a growing coffee culture in South Africa.

Davin Berrill, CEO for Dunkin Donuts South Africa

We think the timing is right. It's a growing market, something in the region of R2.9 billion

Davin Berrill, CEO for Dunkin Donuts South Africa

Berrill says they are aware of their competitors but their donuts and coffee differentiates them from the rest.

With regards to the sugar tax that's coming up in South Africa, Berrill says they will adapt their menu accordingly.

Listen to the full conversation below:

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