Since going public in , Krispy Kreme Doughnuts has posted strong growth in same-store sales each quarter, with a consistency that would make most competitors envious. From the financial report of second quarter in , it could foretell there would be more earnings growth in the future as long as Krispy Kreme finds more new markets in which to launch doughnut shops. Its average weekly sales are in large determined by newly opened stores. Their experience in this business puts them ahead of their competitors and offering delicious classic homemade shakes. They have entertained many customers including President of the US Obama.
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In: Business and Management. The company owns and franchises Krispy Kreme doughnut stores which make and retail varieties of doughnuts and a wide range of coffees and other beverages. It operates about stores both locally and in foreign countries like Australia, Canada, Indonesia, and Mexico among other countries.