Tim Hortons makes change to its breakfast sandwich
Have you been supporting local during the pandemic? If you've tried Tim Hortons revamped breakfast sandwich, the answer is yes.
The iconic chain known for its coffee has announced it has made some changes to its popular breakfast sandwich.
Moving forward, all Tims' breakfast sandwiches will be made with 100 per cent Canadian Grade A large egg.
“Guests loved the change and they couldn’t wait for today’s official launch,” Chef Tallis Voakes, Tim Hortons new culinary lead, said in a news release.
“Tims is committed to delivering better food quality across the board and that’s really exemplified by the move to freshly cracked eggs, along with the other important changes we made with elevating the bacon and English muffins and buttery biscuits for our breakfast sandwiches. There are more amazing food changes coming to Tim Hortons this year and I’m so excited for guests from coast to coast to coast to try them," Voakes continued.
However, this change is not exclusive to the breakfast sandwich, wraps, biscuits, and bagels will also be made with eggs sourced from Canadian egg farmers.
Additionally, those who place an order for a breakfast sandwich and spend $9 or more through the registered Tim Hortons app will have it delivered for free until February 28.
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