In this photo taken Friday, May 2, 2014, a woman shops for a pastry at a Bakker Bart store in Amsterdam, Netherlands. Treats on display include typical Dutch pastry such as: Bossche bollen, appeltaart, tompouces, soesjes, Luikse wafels, and puddingbroodjes. They also sell a doughnut. The restaurant chain Dunkin' Donuts is testing whether that deep-fried classic American snack, the doughnut, can compete successfully against entrenched competition from some of the world\u0092s most famous sweet snacks in their own homelands, including the waffle in Belgium, apple strudel in Austria and the Danish in Denmark. (AP Photo/Margriet Faber)

Margriet Faber

In this photo taken Friday, May 2, 2014, a woman shops for a pastry at a Bakker Bart store in Amsterdam, Netherlands. Treats on display include typical Dutch pastry such as: Bossche bollen, appeltaart, tompouces, soesjes, Luikse wafels, and puddingbroodjes. They also sell a doughnut. The restaurant chain Dunkin' Donuts is testing whether that deep-fried classic American snack, the doughnut, can compete successfully against entrenched competition from some of the world\u0092s most famous sweet snacks in their own homelands, including the waffle in Belgium, apple strudel in Austria and the Danish in Denmark. (AP Photo/Margriet Faber)

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