CANADA: Tim Hortons in tie-up with Esso petrol stations
Fans of Tim Hortons' coffee and snacks will soon have 300 new outlets to buy them. The group earlier this week unveiled an agreement with Imperial Oil to set up food kiosks at Esso's "On the Run" service stations over the next three years. Eighteen kiosks have already been set up as part of a pilot project, and the initial results have prompted the announced expansion. Part of Wendy's International, Tim Hortons has recently been seen under pressure to innovate after it emerged that US rival Krispy Kreme was launching its Canadian campaign.
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