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Krispy Kreme and Walmart have partnered to sell the company’s new Doughnut Bites and Mini Crullers in retail snack aisles across the U.S., the doughnut chain announced Monday morning.
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Walmart locations will begin selling the two treats starting June 22 as well as online starting on a July date to be announced.
“For over 80 years, fans all across America have asked us to bring the great taste of Krispy Kreme to their neighborhood," Krispy Kreme Chief Marketing Officer Dave Skena said in a press release. “Now, with the help of our partners at Walmart we are able to do just that.”
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