OAKVILLE Ontario Tim Hortons said it has inked a deal with the Tops Friendly Markets supermarket chain to pair 82 bakery-cafes and kiosks with full-sized and scaled-down Tops stores in upstate New York and northwest Pennsylvania by year-end. Twenty of the co-branded Hortons units will be full-scale restaurants, and 62 will be self-service kiosks, according to Hortons, a 2,851-unit Canadian chain that currently has 406 branches in the United States. It is expected that a number of the ...

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