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BOGO Free Original Glaze April 28th Only

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Was at the Mississauga location and they have a special box showing this deal. Calling it Super Hero Day

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Alternately you can go in after 10pm and get a box of whichever you like for half off.
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IMO its just like drinking melted sugar syrup. OOPs just gave away the secret ingredient plus plenty of lard. :)

I actually prefer Walmart's style donut half dozen for $1. It actually has some dough taste.

I still remember the attempt at opening a store at Hillcrest Mall in Richmond Hill. Probably one of the shortest lived store fronts. Up one day gone the next.
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sirxterminator wrote: IMO its just like drinking melted sugar syrup. OOPs just gave away the secret ingredient plus plenty of lard. :)

I actually prefer Walmart's style donut half dozen for $1. It actually has some dough taste.

I still remember the attempt at opening a store at Hillcrest Mall in Richmond Hill. Probably one of the shortest lived store fronts. Up one day gone the next.
Donut is donut,you buy it from Walmart,Tim Hortons or any other place.
It doesn't seem like a fair feedback.
Are you sure about the Lard?
Do you mind to share why was it so short experience?were in rush to make plenty of money?
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immortal_kssss wrote: Donut is donut,you buy it from Walmart,Tim Hortons or any other place.
It doesn't seem like a fair feedback.
Are you sure about the Lard?
Do you mind to share why was it so short experience?were in rush to make plenty of money?
One answer to all your questions. Poor marketing and product diversity.

Compare successful franchise like McDee's and Tim Horton's.

BTW my favorite is probably apple fritter's. Not all donuts are the same.
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immortal_kssss wrote: Donut is donut,you buy it from Walmart,Tim Hortons or any other place.
It doesn't seem like a fair feedback.
Are you sure about the Lard?
Do you mind to share why was it so short experience?were in rush to make plenty of money?
Not really. Tim Hortons' donuts are frozen, and walmart's probably are too. Krispy Kreme is the only place I can get a fresh from the fryer donut.
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sirxterminator wrote: One answer to all your questions. Poor marketing and product diversity.

Compare successful franchise like McDee's and Tim Horton's.

BTW my favorite is probably apple fritter's. Not all donuts are the same.
Thanks ,but Are you sure about the Lard part ?Like you are sure about it (not heard it from a friend)?
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a googling we go...


https://www.krispykreme.com/about/Contact-Us

Krispy Kreme uses a shortening blend that has zero grams of trans fat per serving and is formulated to preserve the great Krispy Kreme taste our consumers have come to expect.
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Too crazy to think...
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shieva wrote: a googling we go...


https://www.krispykreme.com/about/Contact-Us

Krispy Kreme uses a shortening blend that has zero grams of trans fat per serving and is formulated to preserve the great Krispy Kreme taste our consumers have come to expect.
Thanks for the link.
sirxterminator wrote: IMO its just like drinking melted sugar syrup. OOPs just gave away the secret ingredient plus plenty of lard. :)

I actually prefer Walmart's style donut half dozen for $1. It actually has some dough taste.

I still remember the attempt at opening a store at Hillcrest Mall in Richmond Hill. Probably one of the shortest lived store fronts. Up one day gone the next.
The website states that they don't use lard.
Are Krispy Kreme Doughnuts Kosher?
All of our doughnuts are ingredient Kosher. Our mix plant in Winston-Salem, NC where the mix is made is certified Kosher. In addition, some of our stores, but not all, have been certified Kosher. To get a complete listing of our stores that have been Kosher certified, please call us at 1-800-4KRISPY.
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crazyea wrote: Alternately you can go in after 10pm and get a box of whichever you like for half off.
Interesting
Only BC is open after 10 pm
http://www.krispykreme.ca/find-a-store/
Also almost every time a KK thread comes up someone mentions KK gives free doughnuts all time and you just have to ask for one.
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jenviea wrote: Interesting
Only BC is open after 10 pm
http://www.krispykreme.ca/find-a-store/
Also almost every time a KK thread comes up someone mentions KK gives free doughnuts all time and you just have to ask for one.
To be fair it used to be 9pm here, so maybe it still is in other areas?
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I honestly am not much of a doughnut fan but I do really like KK. I like when you can watch them being made 0.0
I also like how when they're hot they kind of melt in your mouth.

Not much of a fan of Tim's, I find their baked goods too manufactured tasting and leaves a sugar film on my teeth.
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Krispy Kreme buy one original glazed get one original dozen free on April 28th only...better than Tim hortons and was able to buy assorted get assorted other years...
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they just had a deal for 5 days too. i think we gotta cut down on this. diabetes.
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sirxterminator wrote: One answer to all your questions. Poor marketing and product diversity.

Compare successful franchise like McDee's and Tim Horton's.

BTW my favorite is probably apple fritter's. Not all donuts are the same.
Obviously you know nothing about donuts. Tim Hortons....SUCKS. Their donuts are frozen and garbage. Country Style (not sure if frozen) offer better donuts. Stop being a dumb Tim Hortons fan boy.

Krispy Kreme offer the best donuts in the world. Sit back down.
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I am not a fan of Tim Hortons, only they seem to be everywhere so its convenient to pick up something from them. IMO the best apple fritters I have had are the ones in Burtch Correctional Institution. :) Inmates know how to make them good. We all have different preferences. Glad to hear you prefer Krispies.
ar2020 wrote: Obviously you know nothing about donuts. Tim Hortons....SUCKS. Their donuts are frozen and garbage. Country Style (not sure if frozen) offer better donuts. Stop being a dumb Tim Hortons fan boy.

Krispy Kreme offer the best donuts in the world. Sit back down.
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sirxterminator wrote: IMO its just like drinking melted sugar syrup. OOPs just gave away the secret ingredient plus plenty of lard. :)

I actually prefer Walmart's style donut half dozen for $1. It actually has some dough taste.

I still remember the attempt at opening a store at Hillcrest Mall in Richmond Hill. Probably one of the shortest lived store fronts. Up one day gone the next.
I would prefer if they used Lard to cook these. I will try the walmart doughnuts but thought they just had boxes of Krispy Kreme ones?
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LNahid2000 wrote: Not really. Tim Hortons' donuts are frozen, and walmart's probably are too. Krispy Kreme is the only place I can get a fresh from the fryer donut.
Yeah really...
How Tim's is popular is beyond me.
Walmart confuses me even more. Baked who knows how long ago and crammed into a package and shipped 5000 miles.
immortal_kssss wrote: Thanks ,but Are you sure about the Lard part ?Like you are sure about it (not heard it from a friend)?
I doubt they use lard. It has a very distinct smell and the shop doesn't really smell like it. Then again I haven't been inside in a while and they may have really good filtration.
That said, donuts cooked in lard are damn delicious. Everything cooked in lard is.
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crazyea wrote: Alternately you can go in after 10pm and get a box of whichever you like for half off.
Really? Any location and any day?

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