It was revealed in February that the two fast food giants would be opening stores in Chesterfield – their first in both the town and the county.
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The unit will be split in two, with Dunkin’ Donuts occupying the left and Taco Bell taking over the right side.
Both of their iconic logos will be on full display – with their impending arrival a boost for residents who otherwise would have to venture to Sheffield to see what these American chains have to offer.
Currently, there is no indication as to when Taco Bell and Dunkin’ Donuts will be ready to welcome customers. It is, however, hoped that their arrival will create around 45 new jobs in the town – with 18 full-time and 27 part-time roles.