Krispy Kreme Reveals New Holiday Doughnuts PLUS Free Dozen to Mail and Package Carriers

We’re all on the Nice List this year!

This holiday season, Krispy Kreme has decided to put everyone on the Nice List. Today, the doughnut giant revealed its “Nicest Holiday Collection,” which includes two new deliciously festive doughnuts, available in stores beginning Friday, November 27.

And as a thank you to the hardworking elves who help Santa deliver packages, Krispy Kreme will give all mail, parcel and package delivery drivers who visit Krispy Kreme shops Monday, November 30 a free Original Glazed dozen—no purchase necessary. Simply show your employee badge or wear your work uniform to unlock this one-day treat.

“All year long delivery drivers have helped keep us safe and they have to work even harder during the holidays. They are definitely all on the nice list,” Dave Skena, Chief Marketing Officer of Krispy Kreme Doughnuts, said in a news release. “It’s one of the ways we’re doubling down on nice throughout the 2020 holiday season, which will include new, delicious and festive Krispy Kreme doughnuts perfect for celebrating, gifting and sharing joy.”

Krispy Kreme Holiday Collection 2020
Krispy Kreme

Krispy Kreme’s "Nicest Holiday Collection" will be available through December 24 in a limited-edition “gift wrapped” dozen box:

• The new Festive Tree Doughnut features a decadent Red Velvet Cake Batter filled doughnut, dipped in cream cheese icing, and hand decorated with a tree and star.

• The new Present Doughnut is a Sugar Cookie Kreme filled doughnut, dipped in green icing, and decorated with a ribbon and an edible "nice" tag.

• The popular Santa Belly Doughnut returns this season, a Chocolate Kreme filled treat, dipped in red icing and granulated sugar, and decorated with chocolate icing and a sugar belt.


For more information about Krispy Kreme’s "Nicest Holiday Collection," visit You can learn more about Krispy Kreme’s free dozen offer for mail, parcel, and package delivery drivers at

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