There seem to be more and more large brands coming together to collaborate. We see it most often with sports and fashion, but now the world of 'fast food' is getting in on it. The Golden Arches are bringing a sweet treat inside their stores, soon. It was announced this morning that Krispy Kreme Doughnuts and McDonald's have partnered up.

Fox Business online stated that McDonald's nationwide will start to see three flavors of Krispy Kreme Doughnuts starting to arrive in their stores soon, and will be nationwide with this service by 2026.

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"Three flavors of Krispy Kreme Doughnuts will be delivered to McDonald’s restaurants daily as part of the expanded partnership – the original glazed, chocolate iced with sprinkles and chocolate iced "kreme" filled – and will be available individually or in boxes of six. The sweet treats will be sold from breakfast and last throughout the day, while supplies last, the companies said. The phased rollout will begin later this year."

The announcement comes after the two brands tested the idea successfully in Lexington Kentucky earlier this year.

In an online press release from Krispy Kreme, the doughnut maker stated that more details about the partnership will be announced in the upcoming months.

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