WWE superstars Daria Berenato and Amanda Saccomanno have launched a virtual donut brand called DaMandyz Donutz on Uber Eats. Created in partnership with food guru Lawrence Longo, owner of Off the Menu and Prince St. Pizza, and Kitchen Data Systems (KDS), DaMandyz Donutz are available now in Los Angeles. The pair plans to open more locations in the future, according to a press release.
The donut company’s exclusive flavors will be prepared by KDS’ KitchPartner restaurants. KitchPartners belong to a network managed by KDS’ proprietary software, which matches member restaurants with brands to launch new Delivery-1st virtual dining experiences. The KDS model brings extra revenue streams for both brands and their restaurant KitchPartners.
“The wait is over!” Saccomanno said in the press release. “Daria and I are extremely excited to have our very own Damandyz Donutz available via Uber Eats in Los Angeles. We always envisioned having our own donuts one day — and here we are! We are huge believers in spreading positivity, inclusivity, and finding balance in life. Donuts bring everyone together.”
Saccomanno and Berenato first ran pop-ups across the country. Customers now can order from the DaMandyz Donutz menu via Uber Eats, starting in Los Angeles and available throughout the U.S. shortly thereafter.
“Mandy and I have been building this brand for over six years,” Berenato said in the press release. “To see our baby evolve from an Instagram story to YouTube series, to pop-up shops and now finally its own product via virtual kitchen–in L.A. no less–is surreal. Damandyz is for everyone; it’s fun, it’s colorful, and it’s all about balance. We couldn’t be more grateful to our partner Lawrence Longo of Off the Menu and the team at KDS for seeing this through with us. Now let’s eat some donuts!”