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PUBLISHED: 12:00 21 April 2017

From left, Olivia Smart and Heather Doughty bit into Krispy Kreme's

From left, Olivia Smart and Heather Doughty bit into Krispy Kreme's "Nutty Chocolatta' doughnut at a pop-up store. Picture: David Parry/PA Archive/PA Images.

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A premium doughnut retailer has announced it is set to open a store in the Liberty Shopping Centre.

The new Krispy Kreme store will be in Swan Walk, Romford, and will include its own seating area so people can enjoy a doughnut and a cuppa.

In the run up to the store’s opening, later in the spring, Krispy Kreme will dish out hundreds of free doughnuts at hotspots across the town.

A spokeswoman said: “The new outlet will offer 16 varieties of delicious, melt-in-the-mouth treats – from the classic original glazed to the decadent nutty chocolatta filled with smooth Nutella.”

The treats are traditionally bought by the dozen for people to share with friends and family.

Operations director, Alex Drysdale said: “We can’t wait to spread the joy of Krispy Kreme to Romford.”

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  • I'm horrified at the price they are charging in the UK. A dozen in the states is around $6-8. It's a pretty big mark up for a few doughnuts?

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    Tracy O'Leary Robinson

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