Donut Shop Opens At YMCA But Can't Sell Its Bread And Butter

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Honey Dew Donuts has been cleared to open one of its stores at the YMCA in Quincy, Mass. Just one restriction: no donuts. Salads, fruit cups, sandwiches and smoothies are allowed.

DAVID GREENE, HOST:

Good morning, I'm David Greene. The YMCA in Quincy, Massachusetts has a new food offering. Honey Dew Donuts has been cleared to open one of their stores there. Just one restriction: No donuts, because the Y is focused on health and fitness. A spokeswoman says the donut shop's signature item is banned. Salads, fruit cups, smoothies are allowed, so are Honey Dew's low-fat muffins, which actually have more sugar and calories than the donuts. So take that to the treadmill.

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