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Krispy Kreme strikes deal to open ten new restaurants in Texas

RBR Staff Writer Published 04 December 2013

Restaurant chain Krispy Kreme has signed a development agreement with Dulce Restaurants to open ten new outlets in Houston, Texas, over the next five years.

Dulce Restaurants, a subsidiary of Sun Holdings, is already operating three Krispy Kreme units in Dallas, and plans to open 15 new outlets through 2018.

Sun Holdings president and CEO Guillermo Perales said, "With our plans to continue developing the Dallas market now finalized and underway, we are excited by the opportunity to expand our relationship with Krispy Kreme and to make our one-of-a-kind sweet treats available in Houston."

The new outlets in Houston will offer over 12 varieties of Krispy Kreme's doughnuts, including the signature hot Original Glazed, as well as a complete menu of coffee, Krispy Kreme chillers, iced beverages and specialty drinks.

Krispy Kreme currently has more than 240 outlets in the US, of which about 150 are franchised.