Doughnut fans rejoice as Krispy Kreme announces it is giving away one free original glazed doughnut at selected locations.
That means one doughnut per person, not one doughnut to share between anyone who turns up. The North Carolina-based chain will help doughnut fans get their fix for free on Friday, writes Antony Venutolo for NJ.com.
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Krispy Kreme has a long, storied history in doughnuts
The company is celebrating a good year. The chain began in 1937 after founder Vernon Rudolph bought a secret yeast doughnut recipe from a French chef based in New Orleans. Before long Rudolph was selling doughnuts in Old Salem, Winston-Salem, North Carolina to local grocery stores.
Sixty years later in 1997 Krispy Kreme donated historical artifacts to the Smithsonian Institute’s National Museum of American History. In 2001 the company opened its first international store just outside Toronto, Canada.
There are 12,000 Krispy Kreme stockists across the United States, so you are probably never too far from one of the historic doughnuts. There are also 1,000 retail shops in 25 countries around the world. Selected locations include Sydney