Dunkin Donuts Font Name
If you’re looking for the Dunkin Donuts Font name used in the logo, we recommend the best free matching option we’ve found which is the ultra-bold weight of “RockoFLF“, a sans serif typeface with smooth, rounded edges. It reinterprets what a soft geometric font should look like, clean, simple, and most importantly, you can cuddle it because it conveys a feeling of warmth and softness.
The font was designed by Casady & Greene, it comes with four weights, Regular, Bold, Ultra, and Ultra-Bold which gives you a lot of versatility. Including uppercase, lowercase, accents, numbers, symbols, and punctuation marks. It has a wide range of use possibilities. Since it is a very readable font in small font sizes, and the details are indeed highlighted in the display size. Whether it’s small or large font sizes, this font will definitely rock.
This typeface is ideal for creating similar styles to Dunkin Donuts Font for food and beverage brands as well as product packaging printing such as snacks, honey, breakfast, milk, bread, cake, etc. It’s also perfect for other display purposes like posters, business cards, headlines, restaurant menus, and so on.
About Dunkin Donuts
Dunkin’ Donuts is a bakery and coffee chain that was founded in 1950. It has more than 11,300 stores worldwide, of which more than 8,500 are in the United States, and the rest are over 3,600 distributed in 36 countries around the world. When the company was founded, it mainly focused on donuts and other baked goods. Today, most of its business focuses on coffee sales and has become the main competitor to coffee chains such as Starbucks.
The company announced that it was changing its name to Dunkin’, and gave up the “Donuts” portion, but kept the donut stake. The New Vision was designed by creative agency Jones Knowles Richie New York. The New Vision retains the familiar pink and orange and iconic Dunkin Donuts Font (logotype) introduced in 1973, making it simpler and easier to remember.