Krispy Kreme UK is set to begin offering delivery in 60 minutes or less amid a new tie-up with last mile delivery company Stuart.
Customers can now order Krispy Kreme’s freshly made, hand decorated doughnuts from its website and have them delivered to their door in under an hour.
Stuart utilises independent couriers which are automatically allocated jobs via its platform, in a system similar to taxi giant Uber.
“We are ever striving to cater to the changing needs of our customers and believe delivery is a key convenience requirement in our customers’ fast paced lives,” Krispy Kreme’s chief marketing officer Emma Colquhoun said.
“We are all about putting smiles on our customers’ faces and our new doughnut delivery service now allows Krispy Kreme doughnuts to arrive at your door within the hour or as a scheduled delivery.
“Launching this service has also opened up a new gifting channel for the brand; making it as simple as a click of button to arrange doughnuts to be sent to your colleagues, friends or family.”
Stuart’s chief operating officer David Saenz added: “As speciality retail delivery experts, we work tirelessly to ensure that our partners can offer their customers a seamless direct delivery experience that just works. As such this latest partnership with Krispy Kreme UK really hits our sweet spot.”