Dunkin’ is permanently closing about 800 locations in the U.S, about 8% of its restaurants.
The company detailed the changes Thursday in its quarterly earnings report, describing the closures as “real estate portfolio rationalizations.”
A Dunkin’ official said the locations have low sales volume and represented 2% of its U.S. sales last year.
More than half of the closures are in Speedway convenience stores, a change Dunkin' previously announced in February.
The company also said it may permanently close about 350 locations outside the U.S.