Made-to-order chain Duck Donuts is widening its foothold in Greater Philadelphia and Pennsylvania, with outposts planned for Montgomery and Chester counties.
The made-to-order doughnut chain, founded in 2006 in Duck, N.C., on Saturday will open a restaurant in Collegeville, Pa., in the Providence Town Center.
The 1,869-square-foot restaurant will be owned and operated by Todd, Rock and Gayle Rindfuss, the owners of the King of Prussia location that opened in July 2017 at the King of Prussia Town Center.
Todd said the Collegeville location will more conveniently serve the Collegeville and western Montgomery County markets.
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