CANTON (CBS) — Dunkin’ is testing out a new program allowing customers to get their order without every coming into contact with an employee.

Customers would be able to pick out their items from various self-serve stations. Cameras in the store will track what they get and then charge them through an app.

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“Customers can approach the store environment and pick up their coffee and donuts – walking away without any face-to-face interaction,” says MasterCard, which is partnering with Dunkin’ for the program.

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Canton-based Dunkin’ plans to test this automated system at a California location soon.

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