Dunkin Donuts to Sell Togo's

Dunkin’ Donuts plans to sell Togo’s Eateries Inc., the Canton, Mass. coffee giant announced Friday.

Trinity Capital, a Los Angeles-based investment banking firm with extensive experience in the multi-unit retail and food and beverage industries, has been retained to evaluate and market the business to potential buyers.

The restaurant chain specializing in fresh sandwiches, salads and soups. There is no price tag for it; Togo’s system-wide sales were $157 million.

Togo’s was established in 1968 and became part of Dunkin’ Brands in 1997.

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