Dunkin' Donuts Selling Patties, Not Steak, Suit Says

By Sophia Morris (June 26, 2017, 6:16 PM EDT) -- Dunkin' Donuts is misleading consumers by advertising steak sandwiches that do not contain steak and serving inferior beef patties instead, a proposed class action filed in New York federal court alleged Sunday.

Customers allegedly pay more for the Angus steak and egg sandwich and the Angus steak and egg Snack N' Go wrap products than similar products because they contain steak. But the complaint alleges that what customers are paying for is a beef patty that contains fillers, contradicting an advertising campaign by the chain that heavily features the word "steak."

"A reasonable customer understands defendant's 'steak' claims to mean that...

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