Tim Hortons’ new lunch offerings and single-serve coffee platform lifted profit, revenue and same-store sales for the third quarter ended Sept. 24, reported Oakville, Ontario-based parent, Tim Hortons Inc., on Thursday. “Our same-store sales growth was particularly strong in our U.S. business,” president and chief executive Marc Caira said. “We still have more work ahead of us as we position Tim Hortons for sustainable and profitable growth in today’s ...
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