Tim Hortons core menu to be free of artificial colours, flavours and preservatives by end of 2021
By Canadian PizzaNews Business and Operations Trends
Toronto – Tim Hortons recently began baking its “Classic” bagels without artificial colours, flavours or preservatives.
English muffins, biscuits and butter croissants are other examples of food items that have already been “reimagined” by its corporate chefs without artificial colours, flavours or preservatives.
The company began using 100 per cent Canadian Grade A large eggs in its breakfast sandwiches earlier this year.
The changes are part of the Tims For Good sustainability platform, which is designed to promote continuous improvement in food and beverage quality, people and communities, and the planet.
The company said that in Canada its milk, cream, butter, cheese, eggs and potatoes for hash browns and wedges are sourced from Canadian farmers and suppliers.
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