Donut lovers in America observe November 5th as one of the two national donut days
According to holidayscalendar.comThe first national donut holiday is held in June, and the second in November.
The Salvation ArmyDonut Day was established by the Salvation Army in June 1938 to commemorate the “donut lassies”, who gave the treats to soldiers during World War I.
According to Mental FlossJohn Bryan Hopkins, a food historian, believes that donut day was mentioned in “Ladies Home Journal” sometime in the 1930s to commemorate Veterans Day.
Krispy Kreme will give away donuts filled with chocolate icing to celebrate the holidays.