Dunkin' Donuts debuts pumpkin products a month before fall starts

Autumn officially starts on Sept. 23, but if you ask Dunkin' Donuts, it's fall already.

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The popular coffee company launched its pumpkin-flavored coffees on Wednesday, which includes a new Cinnamon Sugar Pumpkin Signature Latte. For those keeping track, they beat the return of Starbucks' cult-classic Pumpkin Spice Latte by a whole six days.

Dunkin's announcement sent fans into a tizzy, to say the least.

The Dunkin' fall-flavored products range from a pumpkin muffin to an apple cider doughnut. They are really encouraging everyone to put a little pumpkin in anything.

"Pumpkin flavor swirl can be added to hot, iced coffee, cold brew, espresso drinks, frozen coffee and frozen chocolate," Dunkin' wrote in a release.

In 2018, Dunkin brought back these products on Aug. 27, which was a day before the PSL hit Starbucks' menus, too.

And for those who aren't big coffee drinkers, don't worry. Spam is releasing a Pumpkin Spice variety of its fabled canned meat.

The pumpkin-spice Spam actually started as a joke back in 2017, when an image appeared to show a can of Pumpkin Spice Spam, the New York Post reports. But now, two years later, it’s not a joke anymore. Starting Sept. 23, fans will be able to order the unexpected food item from Walmart.com and Spam.com.

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Many credit Starbucks' Pumpkin Spice Latte with starting the autumnal flavor obsession 16 years ago.