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McDonald’s tests selling Krispy Kreme doughnuts at select locations

FILE - Krispy Kreme doughnuts displayed inside six-pack box and as individual doughnuts. (McDonald’s )Looks like a few lucky people will have the pleasure of enjoying a Krispy Kreme doughnut with their McCafe coffee for a limited time. McDonald’s announced it is selling Krispy Kreme doughnuts at select locations as a test run to see how incorporating an additional set of confections will impact operations.

 The doughnuts are being sold at nine locations in the Louisville, Kentucky, area, according to a company news release.  Doughnuts will be available as an all-day item on McDonald’s menu and can be ordered either in-store or at the drive-thru.

And in true Krispy Kreme fashion, the doughnuts will be made fresh and delivered daily to restaurants for the duration of the testing.  RELATED: McDonald’s iconic Boo Buckets return for HalloweenMcDonald’s is offering three Krispy Kreme doughnut flavors which include the Original Glazed, the Chocolate Iced with Sprinkles and the Raspberry Filled doughnuts.

 Customers can order individual doughnuts or a six-pack option.  "McDonald’s is always looking for ways to give our fans more of what they crave, and we often conduct tests to inform future menu decisions," according to the fast-food franchise.

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New York City store locks up Spam in plastic case amid crime spike - - New York - city New York - state Kentucky
New York City store locks up Spam in plastic case amid crime spike
one-two punch of inflation and rising crime has caused at least one New York City store to lock up its inventory of Spam in a plastic case. Shoppers, store employees, and social media users expressed disbelief after discovering the $3.99 canned meat product out of reach behind lock and key at a Duane Reade inside New York City’s Port Authority bus depot, the New York Post reported."I’ve never seen that before!" one cashier laughed while removing the Spam from its plastic anti-theft covering."Some of these things are pretty ridiculous," said Jenny Kenny, a 43-year-old visiting town from Kentucky who says she was aware of the crime spike in the city but still couldn’t believe there were "so many" items in boxes.NYPD OFFICER OF 40 YEARS: I'VE NEVER SEEN NYC CRIME AS BAD AS IT IS RIGHT NOWOther shoppers wondered why Spam, along with $1.89 cans of Starkist tuna, were locked up while more expensive products like $5.49 cans of Amy’s soup were not."To put Spam in a cage is stupid — and kind of insulting to the customers that would buy it," 46-year-old shopper Dennis Snow said.Closeup of cans of Spam (Photo by: Newscast/Universal Images Group via Getty Images) Crime in New York City is up this year in six of seven major categories and the New York Post reported that petty larceny complaints are up 52% in the precinct where the Port Authority is located compared to last year."I don’t think they stop anything," a store clerk named Iggy said about the anti-theft cases. "It’s security theater.