Krispy Kreme’s Signature Sweet Treats Coming to Peru

Iconic brand signs development agreement to open 24 shops over the
next five years

WINSTON-SALEM, N.C.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Krispy Kreme Doughnuts, Inc. (NYSE:KKD) today announced its signature
sweet treats will soon be available in Peru through a development
agreement it has signed with Agape Coral, SAC, to open 24 Krispy Kreme®
shops throughout the country over the next five years.

“The Krispy Kreme brand has done very well throughout Latin America over
the past several years, and we’re confident our signature sweet treats
and coffee will be a hit in Peru,” said Dan Beem, Krispy Kreme Doughnuts
Senior Vice President and President – International. “Agape Coral is an
experienced group that knows what it takes to give our guests that
authentic Krispy Kreme® experience.”

The principal owner of Agape Coral is Fontana Holdings Business, Ltd.,
in which Manuel Corripio Alonso owns a majority interest.

“We are excited to bring Krispy Kreme® to Peru,” said Alonso. “If our
experience with the brand in the Dominican Republic is any indication,
the Peruvian people will quickly embrace Krispy Kreme’s® signature sweet
treats, including our famous Original Glazed® doughnut, coffee and
assorted beverages.”

About Krispy Kreme

Krispy Kreme Doughnuts is a global retailer of premium-quality sweet
treats, including its signature Original Glazed® doughnut. Headquartered
in Winston-Salem, N.C., the Company has offered the highest-quality
doughnuts and great-tasting coffee since it was founded in 1937. Krispy
Kreme Doughnuts is proud of its Fundraising program, which for decades
has helped non-profit organizations raise millions of dollars in needed
funds. The Company has more than 1,000 retail shops in 24 countries.
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ability to implement our international growth strategy; our ability to
implement our domestic small shop operating model; political, economic,
currency and other risks associated with our international operations;
the price and availability of raw materials needed to produce doughnut
mixes and other ingredients, and the price of motor fuel; our
relationships with wholesale customers; our ability to protect our
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perceptions; risks associated with competition; risks related to the
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Krispy Kreme Doughnuts, Inc.
Darryl Carr
Sr. Director,
Corporate Communications