Tim Hortons


Tim Hortons will ditch plastic straws next year

The company plans to transition to paper straws in Canada early next year.


Tim Hortons takes aim, again, at one of its prominent franchisees

The company wouldn’t give the U.S. franchisee association's president an extension on a remodel requirement unless the group dropped its lawsuit against the franchisor. The location is now closed.

The chains, both owned by Restaurant Brands International, demonstrate divergent consumer and market shifts during the pandemic, says RB’s The Bottom Line.

Restaurant Brands International is working with operators of its brands, including Popeyes and Tim Hortons, to close underperforming restaurants.

Restaurant Brands International says half of the candidates interviewing for jobs at its offices will come from “demonstrably diverse” groups.

But sister brands Tim Hortons and Burger King are both down, even as the chains’ sales improve.

So will Tim Hortons as parent company Restaurant Brands International moves into the next phase of reopening.

The latest dispute between the brand and its operators south of the Canadian border centers on the prices franchisees pay for critical supplies.

Parent company Restaurant Brands International is devoting time to a brand that has generated “disappointing results” in recent quarters.

Axel Schwan will be president for the brand in Latin America as well as the U.S. and Canada.

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