Reuters  Oct 24  Comment 
Restaurant Brands International Inc , owner of Burger King and Tim Hortons, reported a better-than-expected quarterly profit, helped by new menu items and lower costs.
BBC News  Sep 21  Comment 
Famed for its coffee and doughnuts, Tim Hortons is an institution in Canada. Now the chain is expanding to the UK - but British consumers have a lot to learn.
Benzinga  Aug 2  Comment 
RBC said Burger King's U.S. SSS trends likely rebounded in July and expects another strong quarter from Tim Hortons. Both Burger King and Tim Hortons are owned by Restaurant Brands International Inc (NYSE: QSR). However, the brokerage still...
CANOE.ca  Jul 28  Comment 
How do you like your coffee Pres. Duterte? Tim Hortons expanding to the Philippines.
CANOE.ca  Feb 16  Comment 
Nutella pockets, chicken fries and other new products at Tim Hortons and Burger King helped the restaurant chains' parent company, Restaurant Brands International, post a profit its first year after the two companies merged.
Clusterstock  Jan 16  Comment 
The third-largest fast-food chain in the world is blowing up — and no one is paying attention. A recent Morgan Stanley report called the parent company of Burger King and Tim Hortons, Restaurant Brands International, an “underappreciated...
Clusterstock  Jan 11  Comment 
No one is talking about the most important aspects of business at the third largest fast-food chain in the world. A new Morgan Stanley report calls Restaurant Brands International, parent company of Burger King and Tim Hortons, an...


Tim Hortons, Inc. (NYSE:THI) is the largest fast food restaurant chain in Canada (and the fourth-largest in all of North America) based on market capitalization.[1] Its best selling product is coffee, and the chain is known for its "double-double," a coffee with two creams and two sugars. Tim Horton's also has a food menu to complement its beverage selection, offering doughnuts, sandwiches, and other food items.

Despite intense competition throughout Canada coming from other fast food giants such as McDonald's, Tim Horton’s has acquired more than 75% share of customer traffic in Canada’s coffee and baked goods sector. The company views Quebec and Western Canada as its fastest-growing domestic markets and as opportunities for further expansion. Tim Horton's has also been eager to expand U.S. operations, since it already has high market saturation in Canada. This is problematic, as it is forced to compete with entrenched brands like Dunkin' Donuts, McDonald's (MCD), and Starbucks, and it hasn’t been that successful in the U.S. markets.

Another issue that the company confronts rising prices for commodities such as coffee, oil, wheat, and sugar, which have compressed margins. Tim Horton's must keep its products affordable to attract customers, which keeps it from passing these costs directly onto consumers.

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