Meet the new brew crew: Station Beverage’s cold coffee takes off
Innovation and a beer-inspired process take canned beverages to commercial reality.
Lukewarm sales, Tims seeks to reclaim Canadian brand identity
Chief corporate officer Duncan Fulton acknowledges that franchisees aren’t happy that some consumers no longer view Tim Hortons as a Canadian company
Tim Hortons bets future growth on trends and innovation in competitive market
Restaurant Brands International says rapid adoption of new tastes and technologies is helping drive sales growth across its more than 26,000 restaurants globally.
Perk up: California says coffee cancer risk insignificant
The rule, proposed a year ago by regulators, means coffee won’t have to carry ominous warnings that the beverage may be bad for you.
Restaurant Brands reports US$163M Q4 profit, narrowly tops expectations
The company also continued to boast its international expansion plans for the Tim Hortons brand, including stores in China.
Coffee roaster reports confusion over shared name with CBD
Shop owner says his company has been getting mail orders and calls from wholesalers who think their coffee contains cannabidiol.
Second Cup franchisees file lawsuit against coffee chain over debt, ad fund
The current and past franchisees outline a long list of complaints against their franchisor in a lawsuit filed earlier this month in the Superior Court of Quebec.
Tim Hortons parent company poses rise in profits following franchisee strife
RBI experienced 87% rise in profits during its second quarter, ended June 30.
Starbucks, citing ocean threat, is ditching plastic straws from all locations
The coffee chain will make a strawless lid or straws made from alternative materials, like paper or compostable plastic, available at its more than 28,000 stores worldwide by 2020.
Fresh grounds for coffee: study shows it may boost longevity
Coffee drinkers were about 10% to 15% less likely to die than abstainers.