TIM HORTONS

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Tim Hortons is more than a coffee shop – it’s one of the largest restaurant chains in North America and the largest in Canada. The company operates in the highly competitive quick-service restaurant sector, part of the broad multi-billion dollar food-service business. Its powerful scale and reach in Canada creates unmatched opportunities, but also the dynamic challenge of leading the industry. Tim Hortons is more than a place to work – it’s a chance to be a part of the driving force behind a company and culture so many people love. Find your role in this growing company and help us serve the neighbourhoods we call home. Mission: There’s more to Tim Hortons than great-tasting coffee. We work hard to deliver the highest-quality products and services, and strive to be a leader in everything we do. It’s that simple.

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3.2

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Industry

Fast Food Restaurant Companies

Category

Food & Drink

ESG/Ethical Impact

We are committed to helping our communities and our planet through more sustainable packaging and recycling practices, environmentally friendly restaurants, and responsible sourcing. 100% Recycled Fibre Napkins – New napkins will be used across our Canada and United States restaurants that are made of 100% recycled fibre, including 90% post-consumer content. The new napkins use 25% less material than before saving an estimated 900 tonnes of paper in the next year. Recyclable Sandwich Packaging – New recyclable sandwich packaging will be introduced in our Canadian restaurants that will utilize a kraft paper material. Phase out Plastic Straws – Plastic straws will be phased out of Canadian restaurants, removing more than 300 million single use plastics in the next year. Compostable Cup Liner Pilot – Pilot project launched at select Vancouver restaurants with the aim of introducing a paper cup that has a recyclable and compostable liner. Tim Hortons continues to work with key stakeholders in industry and government to ensure the cup is accepted within municipal programs. No More Double Cupping- Tim Hortons will no longer double cup at Canadian restaurants. Pick up a recyclable sleeve instead! Sleeves are estimated to save about 2,700 tonnes of cups per year, which is 200 million cups.We are committed to helping our planet through more sustainable packaging, recycling practices, environmentally friendly restaurants, and responsible sourcing. Our design standards for new restaurants and renovations incorporate the use of leading industry products and practices that aim to reduce energy consumption, water use, greenhouse gas emissions and waste. We take responsible sourcing across our supply chain seriously. We have strict expectations of all our vendors with respect to business integrity and sustainability. In addition, we pursue continuous improvement in our supply chain towards ethically sourcing coffee, eliminating deforestation and improving animal welfare.

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Awards Received

2023

Revenues

$2,630,000,000.00

Website Traffic

Employee Rating

3.5

Customer Rating

3

Company Size

10000+

ESG Risk Rating

3

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