Tim Hortons

Restaurant Brands International cites daypart expansion, product innovation as key forces behind its growth

Burger King and Tim Hortons’ parent firm—and the world’s third-largest restaurant group—sees comps and revenues rise in the first full quarter since its inception.


Restaurant brand culture matters: Tim Hortons’ problems in Canada tell us why

Restaurant Brands International is getting resistance from the chain’s operators that it didn’t get with Burger King, says RB’s The Bottom Line.

The burger chain is offering a twist on its fan-favorite Chicken Fries, which have been credited for much of the chain’s second-quarter sales growth.

Launching “fewer, more impactful products” played a part, the chain’s parent company said.

Breakfast was a key player, too.

HALIFAX, CA (Nov. 5, 2009)—The Canadian Forces has issued a tender looking for a company to supply its beloved Tim Hortons coffee to navy customers in the...

Millennials are the most reliant on foodservice of all generations, finds Technomic. They also drive off-premise dining, including takeout and delivery.

The two keys to restaurant growth in this sluggish economy? Innovation and relevance.

The bakery-cafe chain's pending acquisition by JAB Holdings is one of the biggest restaurant deals ever. Here are some other indications of the sale, along with metrics on what the transaction could mean for the industry.

Within the past 12 months, according to figures from the U.S. Department of Agriculture, retail prices for beef, pork, chicken and milk hit record highs.

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