Krispy Kreme had been a popular doughnut chain in the South since 1937, but remained unknown to the rest of United States until about 1996. That was when the first Krispy Kreme popped up in New York City, on West 23rd Street. Personal Note: I first heard of Krispy Kreme so late already when I was already in Germany in 2007. I watched a Filipino show and the rich moderator said she got a box of Krispy Kreme from America via fast cargo mail and described the doughnuts soooo good. I finally able to taste this delicious product in 2010 when I spend my first vacation in the Philippines. There is no Krispy Kreme in Germany and I wish one day they will reach here. It is really a good product especially the simplest flavor they have.
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