Food Business News reports Krispy Kreme is introducing a home delivery service for hungry customers.
Via Food Business News:
The company announced that it has begun delivering select items at participating shops in 15 states, plus Washington, D.C., via its mobile app. Through its mobile app, customers can order delivery from the following states: California (18 locations), Delaware (1), Georgia (22), Kansas (3), Maryland (8), Michigan (1), Mississippi (1), North Carolina (20), New Jersey (1), Ohio (1), Oklahoma (2), Pennsylvania (2), South Carolina (9), Tennessee (6), Virginia (5) and Washington, D.C. (1). A complete list of the stores currently offering delivery can be found at Krispy Kreme’s web site. The company is in the process of rolling out online ordering across all its locations with the expectation that it will be complete by the end of 2019. Guests must place a minimum order of at least $7.99 for delivery, and each order carries a delivery fee that varies by location. The online ordering menu includes only dozens, brew boxes and bottled beverages.
Although this is exciting news, Krispy Kreme is only delivering to customers within a five-mile radius at participating stores. This marks a change in food delivery for Krispy Kreme since its taking over delivery instead of using a third party service.
For more information on when Krispy Kreme will deliver to your city, check out the More Smiles section of its website.