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Duck Donuts to open new location at Fresh Meadows shopping center

Mar. 1, 2023 By Carlotta Mohamed

Duck Donuts, known for serving warm, delicious, customizable, made-to-order doughnuts, other baked goods and a range of beverages, is coming soon to Fresh Meadows. 

On its website and Facebook, the national doughnut chain announced that it will open a new store near Kohls at the Fresh Meadows Shopping Center, located at 61-32 190th St. 

(Photo via Facebook/Duck Donuts Fresh Meadows)

Duck Donuts opened its first locations in 2007 in the beach resort towns of Duck and Kitty Hawk, North Carolina, with the intention to create an oasis for vacationers to enjoy warm, delicious, made-to-order donuts, according to its website. 

Duck Donuts’ menu offers customers coffee, sandwiches and ice cream. For its made-to-order signature vanilla cake donut, customers can choose from several toppings, icing and drizzle on the spot.

Some fan favorites include the maple icing chopped bacon doughnut; a cookies and cream doughnut with vanilla icing, Oreo crumbles and hot fudge; and the beach ball doughnut with vanilla icing, rainbow sprinkles and chocolate drizzle. 

The maple icing chopped bacon donut. (Photo via Instagram/Duck Donuts)

Headquartered in Mechanicsburg, PA, Duck Donuts began franchising in 2013, and prides itself on sprinkling happiness to its guests through its unique in-store experience, exceptional guest service and a duckzillion doughnut combinations.

As one of the fastest-growing donut franchise companies, Duck Donuts has more than 115 locally owned and operated shops across 23 states and three international locations in Burlington, Ontario; Cairo, Egypt; and Riyadh, KSA. 

For more information, visit duckdonuts.com.

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