Dinkin Donuts is offering a new menu item to counter the recent trend of naming food items after the words they contain.
The new menu items are named after the ingredients in the dough they are made of, a change that is designed to highlight how the dough is made and what it can taste like.
Dunkin Donut has created the ‘Chili’ and ‘Crispy Chicken’ menu items, which are currently available for $2.99 and $3.99, respectively.
It’s a change from past Dunkin DonUT menus, which have featured only ‘chicken’ items, the company said in a statement.
The new menu is just the latest in a string of changes at Dunkin Brands, which includes a shift from “fresh and local” to “local, seasonal and seasonal” last month, and a shift to a “local-focused, locally sourced and organic” food policy in February.
The chain also announced in February that it was buying its rival Tim Hortons, a move that could result in the closure of some Dunkin Restaurants in the U.S. in 2019.
The chain plans to create a new Dunkin franchise in Florida, but that decision has not yet been announced.