The organization declared the fluctuations in its second quarter earnings, published Thursday. Dunkin’ explained the closures because “property site rationalization” and stated the affected places have been in “low-volume sales places” that just represent 2% of its US earnings as of 2019. Over fifty percent of those closures have been in Speedway convenience shops, an alteration it declared in February. These places are set to be shut from the end of the season. Dunkin’ (DNKN) also stated roughly 350 places “may eternally close” out of their US.Earlier this week, McDonald’s (MCD) also said that it was shutting around 200 “low-volume” places with over half in Walmart (WMT) stores.