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Fractured Prune Doughnuts taps into the consumer trend of customization and flexibility.
Krispy Kreme is offering a free donut today to anyone visiting one of the chain's 234 locations in 38 states that are participating in National Doughnut Day.
The cinnamon shavings tie it all together," she said after finishing putting the topping on the doughnuts.
Without the gooey center, the doughnuts cooked evenly and became a hit.
I'm losing weight and I said, No more doughnuts, no more doughnuts, but I passed by here and I said, One more doughnut.
California Gets a Free Original Glazed Doughnut -- For Every Free
Some parents and teachers stop by regularly to pick up a couple dozen doughnuts to bring to nearby Notre Dame High and Riverside Elementary schools.
VISUALS: See the world-famous Krispy Kreme assembly line, creating thousands of Original Glazed Doughnuts and Southern Californians congregating at local Krispy Kreme stores, eating doughnuts
Friday, jumped over a counter and approached an employee who was preparing doughnuts in the back.
The light, airy doughnuts have sailed out of local stores since Krispy Kreme debuted in Southern California in January 1999 - largely owing to an overall trend toward culinary decadence, analysts reported.