On the other side of that equation is Tim Hortons, which saw its consumer approval ratings slip by nearly 6 points in 2019, according to Technomic. A turnaround plan includes a renewed focus on the chain's core coffee and breakfast platforms along with changes to its loyalty program and a $100 million investment in drive-thru menu boards.
|Top 500 Year||2020|
|2019 U.S. Sales ($000,000)||$714*|
|YOY Sales Change||-3.5%|
|2019 U.S. Units||715|
|YOY Unit Change||-1.7%|
|Menu Category||Coffee Cafe|
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