This news comes after Krispy Kreme announced stores re-opening for carry-out and online pick-up starting May 25. Yup, that means you can also order doughnuts online and pick them up at your local shop. Krispy Kreme drive-thrus are also open for your sweet-tooth convenience. However, their dine-in seating remains closed as they adhere to state and local government stay-at-home guidelines. For their stores, they’ve also announced updated protocols to help slow the spread of COVID-19 while encouraging customers to still get their doughnut fix. This includes limiting the number of guests inside stores for proper social distancing, adding hand sanitizer to lobbies, and requiring their team to wear masks and gloves while also social distancing as they work. Krispy Kreme has over 38 doughnuts to choose from. Whether you’re an Original Glazed traditionalist or up for an unconventional Cake Batter doughnut, National Doughnut Week is the perfect time to try all their tasty offerings free of charge! Want to try making your own doughnuts at home? Try these doughnut recipes now.View this post on Instagram
Anyone else think that time & days have been a blur recently? ?? Us too. That’s why this year, we’re changing #NationalDoughnutDay to #NationalDoughnutWEEK! ?? Stop by & visit us June 1 -5 & get ANY #doughnut for FREE! ? #KrispyKreme US & CAN Shops Only. Excludes delivery. All info at link in bio.
In an effort to add a little sweetness to your daily quarantine routine, Krispy Kreme has extended their annual National Doughnut Day into their first-ever National Doughnut Week! From Monday, June 1 through Friday, June 5, doughnut lovers in the U.S. and Canada can nab a free doughnut in-store—with a limit of one doughnut per person per day. There’s also no purchase necessary. The only catch is that free doughnuts can’t be ordered for delivery. But that still means you can enjoy a fresh doughnut for free every day of the workweek.