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  • Writer's pictureDanny Joyce | Editor

Goodness glaze-ious Krispy Kreme is opening in Galway and Cork!

Krispy Kreme announced today that it will be expanding outside Dublin for the opening of its next two shops. The news is expected to bring much anticipated joy to super fans in the West and South of the country, as Galway and Cork are the next two locations confirmed for Spring openings.

The Galway shop, will bring irresistible made fresh daily doughnuts to Galway City Centre on William Street in March, and will be closely followed by it's Cork opening, located on Patrick Street in April. The new shops will bring joy to the community creating almost 30 additional jobs including shop staff, delivery drivers and production staff.

The openings of the iconic doughnut brand's latest shops are sure to be a sweet arrival, bringing with them a generous taster of what’s to come for locals in the area, with plans to fill the city with surprise and delight sampling in the build-up to opening.

Super fans of the melt-in-the-mouth Original Glazed are encouraged to keep their eyes peeled for more details to follow on the openings in the coming weeks as Krispy Kreme promise to bring its famous opening party atmosphere to Galway and Cork, packed with made fresh daily doughnuts, entertainment and plenty of joy-filled moments throughout the opening day.

Declan Foley, Country Manager for Krispy Kreme Ireland commented, “Since our first Irish shop opening nearly 5 years ago in September 2018, we have loved every moment of spreading the joy of our made fresh daily doughnuts to the people of Ireland. We are delighted to now bring the Krispy Kreme experience to the people of Galway and Cork this Spring.”

The Galway and Cork shops will serve the full range of hand-crafted Krispy Kreme doughnuts, including the much loved melt in the mouth Original Glazed and firm Irish favourites Cookies and Kreme, Lotus Biscoff, and Nutty Chocolatta.

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