German Billionaire Owners Of Krispy Kreme Will Donate $11 Million Over Nazi Family Ties
Tuesday, 26 March 2019 The family which owns recognizable consumer brands including Panera Bread, Peet's Coffee, Einstein bagels, and Krispy Kreme doughnuts admitted on Monday their family was Nazi supporters who used slave labor during World War II, according to Deutsche Welle. The Reimann family, one of the richest in Germany, said they would be donating €10 million ($11 million) to an undisclosed charity after a three-year investigation they commissioned uncovered details of their ancestors'. A family spokesperson said Albert Reimann Sr., who died in 1954, and Albert Reimann Jr., who died in 1984, used Russian civilian prisoners and French prisoners of war as forced labor during the war in their factories. They...
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