Krispy Kreme adds 'Carnival Collection' to its menu in time for summer
World-famous doughnut company came up with more limited-edition treats following its 2nd IPO
Krispy Kreme is continuing its limited-edition doughnut offers with a lineup of carnival-inspired treats.
The 84-year-old doughnut chain announced it will bring a "whimsical summertime" experience with its three-part Carnival Collection, according to a company press release.
Starting on Monday, July 19, customers can expect to see a caramel apple, cotton candy and caramel popcorn doughnut at participating Krispy Kreme shops in U.S. and Canada.
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The 370-calorie caramel apple doughnut includes a new caramel apple-flavored Kreme filling, green icing, rainbow sprinkles and a pretzel stick while the 300-calorie cotton candy doughnut is a glazed doughnut that has cotton candy-flavored icing and sugar, a buttercream topping and rainbow sprinkles.
Meanwhile, the 370-calorie caramel popcorn doughnut is a glazed shell doughnut that’s loaded with the sweet orange-brown confection, including a caramel popcorn-flavored Kreme filling, caramel drizzle and caramel popcorn pieces.
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The trio of doughnuts will be available until Sunday, Aug. 8, according to a recent tweet.
In a statement made for the collection’s launch, Dave Skena, the Chief Marketing Officer at Krispy Kreme, said: "Carnivals are a summertime tradition and whether yours has returned or not after a year off, you can get a taste of your favorite fair flavors with these delicious new doughnuts."
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The world-famous doughnut chain has routinely released limited-edition flavors to keep customers coming back.
News of Krispy Kreme’s summertime Carnival Collection comes only days after the Charlotte-based company became publicly traded a second time in its eight-decade history.
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Krispy Kreme’s second IPO was priced at $17 on the NASDAQ at the start of the month – roughly five years after the company delisted itself.