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Dunkin’ Is Now Selling Donut-Themed Face Masks

As the country begins to reopen, masks are still required in most businesses in an effort to prevent further spread of the novel coronavirus. Dunkin' is one of those businesses requiring both customers and employees to wear masks, per the CDC guidelines. The coffee chain announced they'd be making their own line of face masks, as well, which will help benefit the Dunkin' Joy in Childhood Foundation.

The line consists of five masks. Each mask has the signature orange and pink Dunkin' colors. Two have a half donut smile, while others are designed to look like donut sprinkles. There's also a mask that repeats the Dunkin' logo over and over.

According to Delish, the donut-themed masks are made of two-ply poly scuba cloth with a nose pleat. They also feature a pocket for removable filters for an added layer of protection. The masks can be washed and reused.

The masks are priced at $10 each, however, $3 will be taken and donated to the Dunkin' Joy in Childhood Foundation, which aims to support the health of children in underserved communities. They are available for purchase from Dunkin's online pop-up shop through August 31st, or while supplies last.

Photo: Dunkin'

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