Farmers Union Iced Coffee (FUIC) and Krispy Kreme have collaborated for a second time to bring a FUIC inspired doughnut to 170 OTR stores.
South Australians will have the choice of two doughnuts – a Krispy Kreme FUIC inspired ring doughnut glazed in delicious FUIC coffee flavour with FUIC coloured icing, and a filled shell doughnut iced with coffee icing and filled with FUIC coffee Kreme.
Carly Higgerson, Head of Krispy Kreme SA, said the doughnuts were the best-selling doughnuts in 2021.
“We know South Australians love Farmers Union Iced Coffee and Krispy Kreme doughnuts and we know after last year they love the two combined. We are thrilled to bring back the Krispy Kreme FUIC inspired doughnuts and give fans another chance to experience the iconic collaboration.”
The doughnuts will be made at Krispy Kreme’s Factory stores in Australia including West Croydon and the Mount Gambier factory store. While FUIC has been produced in it’s South Australian Salisbury factory since 1977.
Helen Cheeseman, Head of Marketing Milk Beverages for Bega Dairy and Drinks, said they are certain that FUIC fans will be delighted to once again taste FUIC inspired doughnuts alongside their favourite drink FUIC.
The doughnuts, which are also available at eight standalone Krispy Kreme stores in SA, are available for a limited time only.