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Krispy Kreme to Be Sold at McDonald’s Nationwide

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Krispy Kreme to Be Sold at McDonald’s Nationwide

Krispy Kreme to Be Sold at McDonald’s Nationwide

Krispy Kreme to Be Sold , at McDonald’s Nationwide.

Krispy Kreme to Be Sold , at McDonald’s Nationwide.

Both food chains made the announcement on March 26, CNBC reports.

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The rollout will start later this year but will take until the end of 2026 to reach McDonald's nationwide.

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That's because Krispy Kreme will have to "more than double its distribution" to meet demand, CNBC reports.

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We think we can service about 6,000 restaurants with our existing infrastructure, mostly doughnut shops, which have excess capacity, Krispy Kreme CEO Josh Charlesworth, to CNBC.

Shares of Krispy Kreme jumped 22% following the announcement.

Krispy Kreme is also expanding distribution to grocery and convenience stores.

That means that the overall efficiency and productivity of our distribution network will significantly improve over time, not just because of all those local deliveries.

, Krispy Kreme CEO Josh Charlesworth, to CNBC.

Currently, Krispy Kreme typically makes more doughnuts than it can sell, so churning out even more product will take few additional costs.

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Currently, Krispy Kreme typically makes more doughnuts than it can sell, so churning out even more product will take few additional costs.

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Overall, therefore, it makes our system more profitable to grow the deliver fresh daily channel, and McDonald’s is an accelerator of that, Krispy Kreme CEO Josh Charlesworth, to CNBC.

Overall, therefore, it makes our system more profitable to grow the deliver fresh daily channel, and McDonald’s is an accelerator of that, Krispy Kreme CEO Josh Charlesworth, to CNBC


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