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Krispy Kreme jumps on the whole grains bandwagon

So, I don't get it...
Krispy Kreme, a bastion of everything that is Southern food - too sweet, deep-deep fried, and not of this natural world - has created a whole-wheat version of its traditional Glazed Doughnut.

According to a recent nutritional analysis, it has not a shred of dietary value for our doughnut-lovin' bodies. Plus, it's a hair smaller than the regular, refined white flour version.

What gives, KK? No wonder your stock is plummeting. Just stick to what you know - making the sugar junkies happy with the same old glazed goodness that make you wonderful in the first place.

I personally prefer the chocolate glazed creme filled, myself. And it shows.

Don't mess with an original. I should really be running that company. I mean, really.

ERIN

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  1. Sadly they are trying all the stops to actually get back to breaking even. They've cut jobs, and now their trying to get in with the health craze - no one here in Winston-Salem is buying it though...besides we should stick with the tried and true Dunkin Doughnuts - much better chocolate cream doughnuts ;-)

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