National Doughnut Day History
National Donut Day is an annual observance to appreciate and acknowledge the donut. This day recognizes the contribution of donuts to the food industry and the society’s love for the round-shaped pastries.
National Donut Day originated in the United States in 1938 by the Salvation Army to honor volunteers who served donuts to soldiers during the First World War. In Canada, Tim Hortons and Dunkin’ Donuts are some of the popular brands that offer donuts. National Donut Day in Canada is an opportunity for these brands and other bakeries to promote their products and for people to indulge in their love for these treats.
On National Donut Day, bakeries and coffee shops across the country offer discounts, giveaways, and special promotions on different types of donuts. Some bakeries even create unique donut flavors to celebrate the day. National Donut Day in Canada is obsereved on the first Friday of June every year.
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National Donut Day references and related sitesGuinness World Records: National Donut Day Youtube: Donut Day The Salvation Army: Donut Day History