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    Financial Performance As of April 10, 2009, there were approximately 14,700 shareholders of record of common stock. Company did not pay dividends in fiscal 2009 and fiscal 2008. Krispy Kreme Doughnuts retained any earnings to finance business and did not anticipate paying cash dividends in the foreseeable future. Furthermore, the terms of secured credit facilities prohibit the payment of dividends on common stock. No purchases were made by or on behalf of the Company of its equity securities in fiscal 2009. Fiscal 2009 compared to Fiscal 2008, excluding sales for the 53rd week in fiscal 2008, system wide sales decreased approximately 0.1% in fiscal 2009 compared to fiscal 2008, reflecting a 15.1% decrease in average weekly sales per store,…

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    Krispy Kreme has attracted a wide array of customers through a variety of styles since 1937. Their doughnuts are sold at numerous locations including convenience stores, supermarkets, and at Krispy Kreme locations. If their doughnuts were better for your health, Krispy Kreme’s customer population would rise even more. Unfortunately, Krispy Kreme is fattening, buttery, and nonorganic. Another downfall of Krispy Kreme is they are not constantly making fresh donuts, which means you have to bet on…

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    Industry Overview Krispy Kreme operates by owning and franchising stores worldwide. The company sells and distributes a wide variety of premium doughnuts including the Original Glazed, together with complementary products and beverages. Krispy Kreme operates within the quick service restaurant segment of the restaurant industry (Thomson Reuters, 2012). In both domestic and international markets, they compete against international retailers of doughnuts such as Dunkin’ Doughnuts and local…

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    Buildings that were acquired under capital leases had a net book value of $920,000 and $971,000 at February 2, 2014 and February 3, 2013, respectively. Depreciation expense was $11.0 million, $9.9 million and $8.2 million in fiscal 2014, 2013, and 2012, respectively. By the end of fiscal year 2015, the Company held less than $10 million of debt – all of which represented capitalized leases. Krispy Kreme’s financing activities, involving the issuance and/or repurchase of the company's own bonds…

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    organizations, reliability affect their ability to provide a quality product or service to their customers and vendors. For example, the Krispy Kreme Donut conveyer belt produces 270 dozen donuts per hour and is considered the best donut production line in the world (Mini Donuts, n.d.). Company Stores revenues increased 5.8% to $87.4 million in the third quarter of fiscal 2016, driven by an 11.2% increase in on-premises sales (Krispy Kreme,…

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    most popular doughnut shops in the nation, Dunkin’ Donuts and Krispy Kreme. One is known for the classic glazed doughnut and the iconic paper hat, and the other is more recently popular and known for a delicious coffee-doughnut combination. While Krispy Kreme has the allure of showing their glazing process and is considered the epitome of hot, fresh doughnuts, for the reasons of exhibiting more variety and offering better availability, Dunkin’ Donuts is obviously the better chain. In…

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    Abbie and Sadie’s Epic Adventure Lotus Eaters- One day a girl Abbigail went to a Krispy Kreme shop wanting to get a doughnut. What she didn’t know was that the mob had taken over the shop and they were giving people drugged doughnuts to get free workers, and new mob members. One day Abbigail went in to the Krispy Kreme store. All she wanted was one simple glazed doughnut. She walked in, got her doughnut, and ate it. She became, almost instantly, addicted to the doughnut. She kept eating the…

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    5. Krispy Kreme a.) Product: Doughnuts i. Offering - Signature hot doughnut (tasty) -They have diff. variety of doughnuts -the texture of doughnut ii. Performance -They always provide / offer new cooked doughnuts with their signature great texture products. iii. Aesthetics - Great aesthetic image too. It’s appealing in the eye. iv. Conformance - They really ensure to conduct and apply their company’s vision and mission for real. v. Reliability - A mouth-watering doughnuts like…

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    wasn't just another fad diet, it was a complete change of eating habits. I was planning on getting rid of my chocolates and sweet foods. That was, until I read the part of the program stating in addition to all the many foods allowed on the Core diet, I also received 35 "flex" points for each week. Now, I wasn't sure what exactly flex points were, but when I continued reading, I found out how great these flex points really were. Flex points is set up to work with the Core diet, allowing the…

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    But it was only last year that they opened their first base in Chennai. Krispy Kreme has lately opened their outlet in the major part of the Chennai. The Dounut Baker is also one of the global franchises whose core product is doughnuts. Today, it has over 21 outlets, all situated in Banglore and Kolkata. Mad Over Doughnuts have 38 outlets all over the country. Not only have the foreign brands started to establish itself in India. There are Indian companies like douse house which are also ready…

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