- Associated Press - Wednesday, May 13, 2015

BANGOR, Maine (AP) - A company that bakes doughnuts and other treats for dozens of Dunkin’ Donuts franchises in central and eastern Maine is planning a new facility that could more than double capacity and create dozens of jobs.

Bangor CPL, which makes the treats for 39 stores, is at capacity and plans to build a bigger and more technologically advanced facility in Hermon for $3 million.

The MacDonald family, which owns a handful of Dunkin’ Donuts stores and is managing the project, says the new facility could employ more than 100 people. The current location in Bangor employs about 30.

The existing kitchen produces an average of 34,000 doughnuts a day depending on demand, but the new facility could more than double that, allowing for more stores to open in the region.

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