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Krispy Kreme is looking to create 150 jobs at a new doughnut restaurant due to open at Braehead in Glasgow later this year.
Krispy Kreme, the UK chain of 46 doughnut stores, is to undergo a £25m management buy-out backed by private equity firm Alcuin Capital.
Krispy Kreme is planning to expand its chain of 47 doughnut stores to 100 over the next five years.
Krispy Kreme is to set up a doughnut factory at the Heywood Distribution Park in Greater Manchester by March, with the creation of up to 40 jobs.
Krispy Kreme is planning to open a further 40 doughnut outlets in the UK and Ireland over the next five years, with the creation of 600 jobs.
Krispy Kreme is looking to expand its chain of 40 doughnut stores across the country, with the first Scottish outlets opening by the end of 2010.
Krispy Kreme is planning to expand its chain of 36 doughnut and coffee outlets with 11 new sites this year.
Krispy Kreme UK is expected to be acquired Manchester-based private equity firm LDC, and the chain of 28 doughnut outlets will undergo a £5m nationwide expansion programme.
Krispy Kreme is planning to open a further 21 doughnut stores across the country.
Krispy Kreme of the US is planning to open 25 doughnut outlets in the UK and Ireland over the next five years, with the first few sites in London.
Krispy Kreme of the US is seeking a suitable site to open a doughnut store in London, and a further 24 franchised sites are expected to open over the next five years.