Tim Hortons is looking to capture more market share in the United States with a revamp of its concept, including a redesigned bakery-café look as well as upscale menu offerings like baked goods and espresso-based drinks. The redesign, currently at two locations in Dayton, Ohio, includes what Tim Hortons’ chief operating officer David Clanachan described as plush furniture, earth tones and muted lighting, as well as flat-screen televisions. The menu expansion includes hot ...

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