Nutella and Krispy Kreme design new doughnut range for Australia
Krispy Kreme has joined with Nutella to launch a new range of doughnuts sold through 7-Eleven convenience stores.
Available now until 3 July 2017, the range consists of two flavour variations – Krispy Kreme Classic dipped in Nutella with caramelised hazelnuts and Nutella filled with an icing sugar topping.
National Merchandise Manager of 7-Eleven, Paul Church, said bringing together the two brands “is quite something.”
“We realised that there was a hole – pun intended – in our offering, so we’ve been working with our friends at Krispy Kreme and Nutella to develop these new products that we think our customers will get a bit nutty for,” he said.
The doughnuts will be delivered fresh daily to 7-Eleven.The recommended retail prices are AUD $3.50 each, AUD $6.00 for two or AUD 11.00 for a four pack. Nutella Krispy Kreme’s will also be available from Krispy Kreme stores.
- Nutellafixes chaos in the kitchen
- Entire book dedicated toNutella launched in Melbourne
- Krispy Kreme launches Australia Day themed doughnuts range
- Krispy Kreme launches “burger doughnut” range in Australia
Home-delivered cocktails in a box, gourmet salt, watches and books; these are just a few of the thin...
Peters Ice Cream’s Connoisseur brand has launched a New York inspired ice cream range.
A University of Melbourne study has found one-third of Australians report health problems, including...
Woolworths has been testing rounded pricing in its supermarkets.
Tip Top is now selling a low-calorie alternative to bread in Australia called ‘Sandwich Thins’.
Retail Food Group (RFG) has lowered its forecasted profits for its 2017 financial year.
Australian millennials are less likely to drink their elders a new Nielsen research study has found....
The Woolworths Group has decided to no longer place expiry dates on gift cards.