Donut King is refreshing its look and introducing a premium 100 per cent arabica coffee blend to its cafes around Australia. With coffee a key purchase at food retail outlets,
During Covid-19 lockdowns, donuts have become more popular than ever. In fact, the staggering rise in global donut eating this year has been large enough to give Homer Simpson’s 20
Gloria Jean’s stores are among those seeing the welcome return of customers with the easing of COVID-19 restrictions. Along with fellow Retail Food Group brands Michel’s and Donut King, Gloria Jean’s
Australia’s Donut King has targeted its first monthly customer satisfaction victory for coffee/doughnut stores since July 2015, according to Roy Morgan’s latest research.
Retail Food Group has had its coffee making skills praised recently, taking out a number of medals at the annual Golden Bean Roasting Competition. Blends from Michel's Patisserie and Donut
Franchised doughnut maker Donut King has exported its first shipment of roasted coffee to mainland China, as part of its growing presence in that country. More than 20 Donut King outlets are expected to be open in China by 2014.
The Donut King franchisor, Retail Food Group, is disposing of its central manufacturing facility in order to concentrate on developing and managing retail franchise systems.
Donut King has launched AustraliaÕs only doughnuts topped with artificial-free icing and sprinkles. Targeted at parents keen to eliminate artificial colours and flavours from their childrenÕs lunch boxes, the new