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Have you ever been struck by a Krispy Kreme craving in the middle of the night – with no way to satisfy it, Hello Joburgers? Now, the Krispy Kreme South Africa team has made it possible for you to get your fix of the freshest doughnuts whenever the craving hits you. Krispy Kreme – in a first in the South African market – is rolling out to local petrol stations and supermarkets.
Krispy Kreme South Africa will expand its off premise sales to 23 stores across Johannesburg, Pretoria and KwaZulu Natal. The ‘off premise’ sales model is already a hit in markets such as the UK and Australia, where it comprises around 40% of the total Krispy Kreme business.
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South Africa is one of only 5 markets that are rolling out the initiative. South Africa’s status as a new, emerging market makes it easier to test this concept. The local team is technologically advanced and operationally well-established, with a proven track record of success over the last three years. The team boasts fantastic management skills, experience in the industry and a talent for world class product innovation, making it ideal to provide best practice for other markets looking to adopt this model.
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For Krispy Kreme South Africa, off premise sales are all about creating greater accessibility to its delectable doughnuts. While Krispy Kreme will now be available in more locations, quality will not be compromised. Krispy Kreme is famous for delivering FRESH doughnuts to each store daily. Deliveries will occur once a day and doughnuts will be sold ‘while stocks last’.
South Africans can now get their delicious Krispy Kreme doughnuts on the go in more areas, more often. Be on the lookout for the roll out of off premise stores in both Gauteng and KwaZulu Natal.
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Krispy Kreme South Africa is scheduled to open its first off premise store on the 17 September at the Engen Garage in Watermeyer, Pretoria.
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