Tim Hortons To Offer Almond Milk In Bid To Boost Sales

by | February 12, 2020

Restaurant chain Tim Hortons has announced that almond milk will soon be on the menu at all stores across Canada.

The dairy-alternative menu update coincides with the company sharing that profits dropped in 2019.

“At Tim Hortons, our performance did not reflect the incredible power of our brand,” said Restaurant Brands International Inc (RBI), the company that owns the chain.

“It is clear that we have a large opportunity to refocus on our founding values and what has made us famous with our guests over the years, which will be the basis for our plan in 2020.” 

Tim Hortons — which has nearly 4,000 Canadian locations — is the largest quick-service chain in the country.

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The restaurant chain is adding almond milk to the menu in Canada (Niloo/Shutterstock.com)

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In June of last year, Tim Hortons launched two new meat-free options featuring Beyond Meat, but phased the meals out just a few months later.

The company explained that the plant-based products were introduced as a “limited time offer” but will remain on sale in Ontario and British Columbia.

“We are always listening to our guests and testing a wide variety of products across the country,” said RBI.

Vegan customers can enjoy a number of menu items, including the chain’s potato wedges, hash browns, garden salad, and oatmeal, along with select bagels.

Will you be ordering this new vegan option? Let us know your thoughts on this move in the comments below.

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