Krispy Kreme’s Doughnut Bites and Mini Crullers are now available at Walmart

These packaged bite-size treats come in original glazed, chocolate, apple cinnamon, and blueberry flavors

Krispy Kreme fans can now get their glaze fix any time of the day with the company’s new line of packaged bite-size doughnuts.

This new line of snackable treats is currently comprised of Doughnut Bites and Mini Crullers, which are individually packaged for on-the-go enjoyment. The Doughnut Bites are bite-size doughnut holes that come in original glazed, chocolate, and apple cinnamon flavors. Each $3.97 box of Doughnut Bites contains five sleeves of four doughnut holes.

The Mini Crullers, meanwhile, are mini versions of Krispy Kreme’s classic cruller and are offered in original glazed and blueberry flavors. The Mini Crullers are available in 12-ounce boxes for $3.88 each and in boxes of eight crullers for $3.97.

Both the Doughnut Bites and Mini Crullers are now available at Walmart locations nationwide and are set to hit Walmart’s website in July.

Seasonal flavors like strawberry Doughnut Bites and lemon Mini Crullers will also be released for a limited time this summer with more variants to be rolled out later this year.

“For over 80 years, fans all across America have asked us to bring the great taste of Krispy Kreme to their neighborhood,” David Skena, chief marketing officer at Krispy Kreme, said in a statement. “Now, with the help of our partners at Walmart we are able to do just that.”

To celebrate its new partnership with Walmart, Krispy Kreme will be hosting its first-ever virtual grand opening on Wednesday, July 24th, starting at 7 p.m. ET. The digital event will feature virtual games, entertainment, and surprise celebrity guest appearances. But the most exciting part of it all is that 40 virtual grand opening participants will get the chance to win free doughnuts for a year.

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Sources: Popsugar, Adweek

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