Krispy Kreme doughnut fans are closer to seeing the popular chain here, following a visit from the director of the company to check out interest.
The glazed and coated doughnuts have a cult-like following and the brand has spread from the American south to having more than 600 stores around the world.
The New Zealand territory owner is Krispy Kreme Australia. Its director, Michael Sherlock, said while it continued to eye opportunities here and a move was regularly talked about at board meetings, there was no timeline for moving to New Zealand.
“We’re keen to make money and have fun. I said to the chairman that I’m over here – he said ‘have a look around and see what you think’,” Sherlock said. More.
Doughnut Chain Gets Taste For NZ
June 24, 2010 by Mark | 0 Comments